We've got loads of fantastic fish chowder recipes, including salmon chowder, cod chowder, smoked haddock, halibut chowder and much more.
A simple and delicious fish soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes, stock, cream and parsley. Serve small portions as a starter or double the quantity and serve as an impressive main course.
This tried and tested seafood chowder is thick, creamy and rustic. Serve with some crusty bread for cleaning the bowl.
With a few fresh ingredients, storecupboard standbys can be transformed into a great quick dish. Canned kippers and sweetcorn make a delicious chowder combined with leeks, potatoes and herbs. Serve with crusty rolls.
Salmon, celery, carrots, sweetcorn and potatoes make the base for this creamy chowder. It's thick, delicious and very satisfying, and a perfect use of tinned red or pink salmon. Serve with crusty bread for a substantial meal.
A variety of vegetables ensures that this wonderful soup is as healthy as it is delicious. The broth can be prepared a day in advance, ready for adding the fish at the last minute, which is useful when cooking mid-week meals. Planning ahead like this means a healthy dinner can be on the table in minutes.
A hearty, rich, thick and warming winter chowder. The ingredients below are suitable for 1 as a main meal. The chilli flakes are optional, but I like a bit of a kick to my food. Smoked river cobbler is a perfectly acceptable and cheaper substitute for the haddock.
This lovely smoked haddock chowder is quite light in texture and not too dense and thick. Full of a lovely smoky flavour resonating from the fish and bacon. Don't forget the crusty bread for mopping up afterwards.
Creamy, hearty and fragrant all come together in this cod chowder with bacon and loads of spices, fresh herbs, potatoes and other vegetables. Serve with freshly baked, crusty bread.
Haddock fillets simmered with potatoes, bacon, onion, milk and white pepper. No need to go fishing for a beautiful fish chowder recipe made with haddock, this one's a keeper!
My sister made this recipe. It's very, very warming and delicious.