Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Seafood Chowder

This is a recipe that our friend Roben has in her new cookbook, "You Won't Believe it's Gluten Free" by Roben Ryberg. She had made it for her New Years Eve party and I had brought some home for hubby and he liked it. So have made it several times and everyone has loved it.

This book can be found on Amazon and most large book stores.

It is simple: This is a picture I took yesterday after warming up some leftovers. Look Good?


Sea Food Chowder

4 small new or red potatoes
1 small fish fillet - I use Tilapia 6 oz.
1 small onion
2 Tablespoons butter
1 - 12oz can of evaporated milk
3/4 cup of milk
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons Creole seasoning
1 Tablespoon cornstarch or potato starch
1 cup fresh or frozen corn
1/4 pound of scallops
6-8 large shrimp and clams
fresh basil for garnish

One medium saucepan

Wash, stick potatoes and cook in microwave for 3 min. Cool dice and throw in pan.

Cut fish into bite size pieces. Add to pan. Chop onion add to pan and then remaining ingredients except shrimp, scallops and clams. (I do not use the clams.) Over medium heat bring to almost boil and simmer for about 10 min. or until fish is no longer opaque and flavors are blended. I find this takes about half an hour. Stir often.

Peel and wash shrimp, cut into pieces Cut scallops if large and add to pot and simmer till shrimp turn pink. 5 min. at the most.

Done, Enjoy

3 comments:

Lindah said...

YUM! That sounds so good! Thank you for sharing the recipe. I will definitely be making that soon.

Khris said...

ohhh yummmm..this looks good...must try this out...hugs Khris in Oz

donna said...

I found your site after running a google on Roben Ryberg, and here you posted a picture of her seafood chowder - with a spoon just like the pattern I have! (Queen Bess, I think it is?) Anyway - two things in common: quilting & Queen Bess! Make that three...Roben's recipes!
I was hoping to find a way to get in touch with her to ask if she ever gave cooking classes for us g-free's but Boonsboro is too far away. Please tell her I love her books! (and I'll check back to see your latest quilt creations)