Yes. Throw it away.
If the chowder has separated during cooking or reheating you may be able to bring it back together by removing it from the heat and, using a fork, mixing in a small container a little slightly-cooled chowder with cornflour or rice flour (not ground rice). Return chowder to a gentle heat and slowly stir the flour mixture into the centre of the soup, whisking with the fork as you stir. If the chowder is coming together you can raise the heat, still stirring, until it looks good again. Serve immediately.
If you are using a commercially-prepared chowder, pour it into a container, cover when cool and keep it in the freezer until you're able to contact the customer help centre listed on the label. They'll know what to do and if the chowder can't be fixed they'll tell you how to avoid the problem next time. Meanwhile, if you have a cat or a dog, they'll help you dispose of the soup.
New England clam chowder is just a little thicker it is made with a roux, and Boston clam chowder is not.
Yes, they serve clam chowder.
Yes, you can freeze clam chowder.
Tomatoes Adding tomatoes to New England clam chowder is incorrect. Manhattan clam chowder is a completely different recipe that is tomato based.
how many calories in one bowl of clam chowder
California Clam Chowder was created on 2004-04-20.
A well reviewed clam chowder recipe would be the New England Clam Chowder. You may find reviews on it as well as information at the Food Network website.
it will ruin the potatoes...they turn to mush and if it is the white clam chowder, the milk will not freeze well.
if you added water to clam chowder it would taste really watery
The most traditional Clam Chowder is New England Clam Chowder. Consisting of : Bacon, Onions, Celery ( and it's leaves ), Flour, Fish Stock, Potatoes, Milk, Whipping Cream, and Clams ~Chestnut
yes clamb chowder is indeed a medieval soup
It is clam chowder.
That will depend upon the recipe.
yes. in clam chowder they are defiantly.
What are clams used for? clam chowder