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Thick and Creamy New England Clam Chowder

Thick and Creamy New England Clam Chowder

Thick and Creamy New England Clam Chowder

This clam chowder is comforting, filling and amazingly delicious! And is perfect anytime of year.

This Thick and Creamy New England Clam Chowder is full of flavor and loaded with tender potatoes, sweet clams, and smoky bacon. So if your a clam chowdah lovah like my family is you definitely need this recipe in your life.

I never realized clam chowder was so easy to make from home. Besides the clams and clam juice everything else is simple pantry ingredients. This recipe is extremely close to my Loaded Potato Soup recipe which is also super creamy and comforting.

I have to admit I had never really had clam chowder before, until a couple years ago I guess I was afraid of the clams. This clam chowder is so delicious, it truly won me over from the first bite! Now I prefer to use frozen clams only because I think they have more clam flavor, but you can use canned whole clams instead

You can usually find frozen clam in the fish/seafood section of your local grocery store. The clam juice is in the canned tuna section.

Born close to Coronado del Sol hotel in Southern Ca. A favorite restaurant in San Diego served calm chowder so close to yours. Never have had enough fish–always wanted more. Live now in mid-state Utah. On my menu for tomorrow. May even make it for breakfast.

Oh my – this is a fabulous recipe! Thank you so much for posting. We love clam chowder and this is definitely one of the easiest and most delicious I have made. Wonderful – will be making this again – and again – and again! ??

Hello! I cannot wait to try this recipe! It looks delicious and easy to make. Question for you though.. if using canned clams (that have juice in them) do I still need to use the 3 jars of clam juice? I just don’t want to make the clam flavor over powering with the juice and clams!

I have never attempted to make clam chowder until tonight and I am so glad I did! My husband, who is a very picky eater and who also grew up on the Oregon Coast, licked his bowl clean! This recipe is wonderful and so easy to make. Thank you so much for sharing it!

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