Copper River Chowder Recipe

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Type: Copper River Chowder Free Cooking Recipe – Fish And Seafoods

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Ingredients / Directions
Stock
7 quarts water
Trim from 2 large (30-40 pound) Copper River king
salmons (backs
tails
fins
cheeks
etc.)
Vidalia sweet onion
chopped
Yellow onion
chopped
3 green onions
chopped
2 carrots
chopped
4 ribs celery
chopped
Several turns freshly ground pepper
1 teaspoon dill
1 teaspoon herbes de Provence

Stock: Cut up the salmon trim and split it between two large stockpots
unless you have a stockpot large enough to hold everything; cover with water. Skim scum as it appears. Cook just until the salmon meat is cooked
then pick all the meat off the bones. Reserve the meat and refrigerate. Put the bones
fins
tails
etc. back into one of the stockpots. Cook on low for an hour(s) or two
skimming off scum.

Take out the rest of the salmon trim. Add the chopped veggies and spices. Cook over low to medium heat. then reduce to about 1/3 or 1/4. Strain through dampened cheesecloth
pressing out all the liquid or as much of it as you can get. Dump the mass of vegetables and what few bones remain
and save the liquid. You should have about 6 cup(s)s. If there”s more
reduce further or use as is.

Chowder
1/2 gallon half-and-half
1/2 gallon milk
6 cup(s)s strong salmon stock
4 – 5 large red potatoes
diced
1 stick butter (optional)
4 pounds corn kernels
preferably sweet corn from someone”s backyard
2 cup(s)s Madeira wine (optional)
1 pound ends and pieces bacon
cut up into small pieces
1 – 2 teaspoons dill
1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon thyme
1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon basil
1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon rosemary
1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon marjoram
Several turns freshly ground pepper
1 tablespoon culinary-grade lavender
3-quart bowl full of Copper River king salmon meat from trim
4 bay leaves (preferably California Bay Laurel
but the more
commonly-found and cheaper Turkish will do fine) Chowder: Fry the bacon in a large stockpot. Pour off most of the bacon fat
saving just a little to coat the bottom of the pan. Add half-and-half and stock. Add salmon meat. Add potatoes. Add pepper
dill
thyme
basil
rosemary
marjoram
and lavender. Cook for a bit to give the flavors a chance to marry. Get out a second stockpot and split ingredients between the two. Add 1 quart milk to each pot. Add 1/2 stick butter to each pot
if you”re using butter. Add half the corn to each pot. Add two bay leaves to each pot. Bring to simmer and cover most of the way. Let simmer on low heat for about 3 hour(s)
being careful not to let it boil; stir occasionally. Add half the Madeira (if you”re using it) to each pot and simmer for another half hour(s). Serve.

Makes about 10 quarts of delicious chowder.

I have made this without the Madeira
butter
and lavender
using wild-caught coho trim and Turkish bay leaves (and in about half the quantity all ”round)
and it”s good that way
too.

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