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What makes a soup a chowder?

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Linda Romans

Chowder is a thick & rich & contains chunky food. Soup is basically a combination of vegetables and/or meat, cooked in a liquid.

"Chowder" is any thick soup, but the word usually refers to a mixture fish and vegetables in either a cream or tomato base.

Chowder is typically a rich, creamy soup with ingredients that usually include seafood, vegetables and cream.

It is just a thick soup. Anything that makes the soup thick and be a chowder. Fish, Shellfish and corn are all types of chowders.

Rahim Miranda

Chowder is typically a rich and creamy soup full of chunks of ingredients that almost make it like a stew.

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