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I've never made soup before much less manhattan clam chowder. So I took some of the advice of the reviewers and added some things. If I hadn't added anything it would've been extrememly bland. So here's what I did: I replaced the water with chicken broth added another can of clams added about 2.5 fl oz of Worchestire sauce ( I love the zest it gave it) some Old bay seasoning (About 2 tsp.) added celery and 3 cloves of freshly minced garlic. It was to die for and I didn't even have leftovers! You may want to add more or less seasoning and worchestire sauce over the cooking period. I let it cook for about 45 mins and didn't have to mash the vegetables.
Yummy. I made some changes and ended up with wonderful. I added celery and some hot sauce per other reviewer's comments. I sauted the carrot onion & celery. I used chicken broth in place of the water and used unpeeled sliced red potatoes. Finally I added 1 cup V8 low sodium juice and ommited the salt.
This was really BLAND when prepared as directed but was an ok starting point. Added worchestershire sauce a couple of tablespoons of salsa (did not have any hot sauce) a bullion cube a bit of tomato sauce Old Bay Seasoning garlic basil celery and green pepper before I got the desired results. Think that 2 cans of tomatoes would be too much of a good thing and that the chowder should be simmered for at least an hour.
Great recipe. Tried it tonight and had to force myself to stop. I added a third can of clams and two cans of tomatoes. Also I had hot sauce available for those who wanted it. A small amount gave it just the right amount of "zing". Will definitely make this again and again.