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Adirondack Salmon Chowder

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de·lec·ta·ble   [dih-lek-tuh-buhl]

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1.delightful; highly pleasing; enjoyable: a delectable witticism.

2.delicious: a delectable dinner of Musky Bob's Adirondack Salmon Chowder.

LOL, good one, thanks.

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Quite the hit at holiday time ;)

Shawn

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Quite the hit at holiday time ;)

Shawn

Even when made with Brown Trout right Shawn? LOL Merry Christmas ol friend. ;)

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OK Bob, Made the chowder with fresh lump crab meat :o omg, Outstanding!!!! Had the seven fishes at my house for about 12 people. Your chowder was by far the most complimented, Excellent :yes::yes:

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Makin a double batch today...cream cheese is starting to melt down..house smells like a seafood chowder restraunt. What the heck!..cat woke up outta sound sleep :lol:

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Mmmmm. Had venison for lunch - might need salmon for dinner! :yes:

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Thanks a lot, Mark!!  It's been about four months since I made a batch.  I'll be heading to the store this morning with grocery list in hand for the ingredients.  But I'm going to substitute 4 cans of diced clams for the salmon.  It makes the best clam chowder i've ever had!

 

Jim

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It's awesome good Bob! We had Honey soy glazed salmon fillets on rice and this chowder. Still got about 1 quart of soup left if me and Cher don't eat it all before we go on the road, it's going in the freezer. :mmm:

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UUUUGGGHHHH, PLEASE don't call it soup.  Salmon soup just don't sound right. LOL

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stupid question here, when adding the salmon, should it already be cooked? or is this the part where the salmon cooks?

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I just add the cubed salmon to the end of the Sautee of Bacon veggies and potatoes done in a large skillet. Cover and simmer for a bit and then add the skillet to a large stock pot and add the milk and cheeses, let it heat through and stir on low heat. The fish cooks the rest of the way in the pot if not done in the skillet.

Not sure what Bob recommends, but it works for me. I also spice up a little heavier cause I like old bay and it gives a bit of bite I like.

Mark

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I just left Rachel Ray's house and she is honked off that she didn't think of the recipe first Bob :lol:

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I just left Rachel Ray's house and she is honked off that she didn't think of the recipe first Bob :lol:

That's funny :lol:

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I'm making this for the first time today.  Can't wait!

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My wife's been on a strict vegan diet for almost a year... and she just finished a bowl.  :ninja:

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Mark, I fry up all the necessary ingredients right in the stock pot.  Takes up less room on the stove & saves me an extra pan I don't have to wash. ;)

 

Mortigan, It's always nice to hear compliments. Thanks for becoming a believer. :D

 

I'm gonna have to hit both East end ProAms to see if I can get some salmon nobody wants. My freezer is 'bout empty. I miss my Islander  ;(

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I'll have to remember that Bob! Cher complains the dish washer is full and then she fills it twice...pots pans, spoons , mixing bowls... Counter covered in zip lock bags, wrappers, sink smells like a bait bucket..huh? ...oh well!

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I just wanna say thank you for the recipe.We didn't have Salmon,but i used haddock,dry scallops,and little neck clams and it was the best chowder i've ever had.My gf doesn't like fish and she loved it as well..Can't wait for the cookbook.Thanks again!

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