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Tilapia Corn Chowder

July/August 2007

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (57 votes)

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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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 Recipe

13 Reviews for Tilapia Corn Chowder

04/19/2014
Anonymous

Made it exactly except added roasted green chille. OMG! My 9 year old was devouring it :)

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07/09/2013
Anonymous
Bland if not spiced up

To spice this up for a real chowder flavor, I added more kosher salt and Old Bay seasoning. Then I thickened with some cornstarch. Now it is absolutely delicious.

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06/07/2013
Anonymous
yummy!!

I made this without bacon since we cut pork out our diet and doubled the celery instead of leek and added a tbs dill. I used 3 ears corn and grated the 4th ... my husband had 3 bowls!!! Enough said!

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03/19/2012
Anonymous
Not too fishy - fish chowder

I am always trying to find non-fishstick ways to get my kids to eat fish and they actually ate this soup. The fact that the fish is added right at the end and only cooks for 4 minutes keeps it from getting too fishy. Some of the ingredients were hard to find but I subbed in what I had on hand and it was still good.

Quick, kids ate it
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11/27/2011
Subbed Shrimp - Scrumptious

I made this recipe yesterday substituting chopped shrimp for the tilapia. Will absolutely make this recipe again. Fresh thyme is a key ingredient for sure. Easy to prepare, quick to cook. I'm sure it's better in the summer when corn is fresh, but frozen sweet corn totally works in a pinch!

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