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Tilapia Corn Chowder

July/August 2007

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This light soup is a great way to slip fresh corn (and tilapia, of course!) into your late-summer menu. Make it a meal: Enjoy with a mixed green salad and oyster crackers.



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"I just made this, it was EASY, and So good!! I don't feel like I'm eating a fattening chowder. It tastes light and delicious! Fit Moms Fit Kids Club "
Tilapia Corn Chowder

14 Reviews for Tilapia Corn Chowder

07/12/2010
Anonymous

Served last night and it was a big hit with my family. I thought it would be too thin for a chowder b/c it doesn't have any thickening ingredient besides the potatoes (I add a little extra diced potatoes), but it was fine.

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Anonymous wrote 51 weeks 4 days ago

To thicken up I've seen many

To thicken up I've seen many chowder recipes take about a third to a half of the finished soup and put it in a bender and then throw back in the soup...it works well.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 47 weeks ago

I have made this soup several

I have made this soup several times. My grandson who hates fish ate 3 helpings of this soup. I've used fresh and frozen corn, prefer fresh. This is a wonderful light soup. Love the fresh Thyme.

02/18/2010
Anonymous

I love this recipe because I finally found a fish entree that my son likes. This was easy to make (I actually substituted frozen corn), hearty and cooks quickly. It could use a little more flavor, perhaps a combination of leeks and onions and/or a bit more thyme. Otherwise an excellent dish.

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02/18/2010
Anonymous

I love this recipe because I finally found a fish entree that my son likes. This was easy to make (I actually substituted frozen corn), cooks quickly and hearty. It could use a little more flavor, perhaps a combination of leeks and onions and/or a bit more thyme. Otherwise an excellent dish.

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01/18/2010
Anonymous

Very, very good flavor and easy to make

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