Seafood Chowder Recipe by Dean Hubbard

Seafood Chowder (Taking Clam Chowder To The Next Level)

This delicious recipe (and the marvelous pictures) comes from Dean Hubbard.

Makes 12 quarts, works out to 5-6 dollars per quart.
Cooking time, about 4 hours. Use a 14DCO or larger.

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Start off by cooking the diced bacon... not too fast or too hot, you need the grease.Start off by cooking the diced bacon... not too fast or too hot, you need the grease. Add 2 cups of diced onions...Add 2 cups of diced onions... When the onions start to turn transluscent, sprinkle the instant potatoes over the mixture and then add the quarts of clam juice, milk and heavy cream.When the onions start to turn transluscent, sprinkle the instant potatoes over the mixture and then add the quarts of clam juice, milk and heavy cream. Slice and dice the potatoes and add them to the mixture. Let this cook for a bit.Slice and dice the potatoes and add them to the mixture. Let this cook for a bit. When the base begins to thicken and the potatoes start to cook, add the mustard and all of the seafood except the crab and shrimp. Lift the lid occasionally to make sure it's not boiling and stir while the lid is off.When the base begins to thicken and the potatoes start to cook, add the mustard and all of the seafood except the crab and shrimp. Lift the lid occasionally to make sure it's not boiling and stir while the lid is off. 06crabNow take the two crabs and back them so you can crack the body and leg meat. (Note to self... remember my apron next time). The chowder is cooking away while the crab is being cracked.The chowder is cooking away while the crab is being cracked. Add the crab meat  and whatever shrimp you can without overflowing the oven.Add the crab meat and whatever shrimp you can without overflowing the oven. There ya have it... 12 quarts of awesome seafood chowder.There ya have it... 12 quarts of awesome seafood chowder. Uh-Oh... It's going fast!!!Uh-Oh... It's going fast!!! It's because every bite is loaded with STUFF!!!It's because every bite is loaded with STUFF!!! Here... Have a bowl!!!Here... Have a bowl!!! This stuff disapears in a hurry...This stuff disapears in a hurry... Lightbox Image Viewer by VisualLightBox.com v2.4

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