Old-Fashioned Winter Vegetable Chowder

January/February 2013

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This wonderful winter vegetable chowder recipe is rich, filling and great for a winter supper. This winter vegetable chowder is full of potatoes, rutabaga and carrot, but other vegetables could be added, such as sauteed mushrooms or fennel, chopped tomatoes or cubes of roasted winter squash. This recipe makes more Cream Sauce without the Cream than you’ll need for the chowder. Refrigerate or freeze the extra sauce and use it in place of heavy cream in any sauce or soup that calls for cream.

Old-Fashioned Winter Vegetable Chowder

2 Reviews for Old-Fashioned Winter Vegetable Chowder

Made it even healthier!

I added some extra grilled chicken I had on hand, reduced the cheese to just sprinkles on the top, used turkey bacon to reduce some of the fat, but not the flavor!!

Very Tasty. great use of lots of veggies
rich in flavor

this soup is hearty and just what I wanted for a cold day. With a vegetarian in the house I used veggie broth and skipped the bacon. Added some dried and fresh mushrooms which made it delicious.

tasty, can be easily vegetarian or vegan

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