How to cook turkey chowder with Christmas leftovers
Creating a basic chowder base.
Create a chowder base using garlic and onions and bacon. Top tip: Add the garlic half way through the process so it doesn't overcook.
Cooking chowder in a non-stick frying pan
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Using Christmas leftovers to make a chowder
Use a blender to combine leftover turkey and all the trimmings with some stock for a delicious chowder. Your mixture should have some bite to it, so don't make it too smooth. As it cooks (either on the hob or in a steam blender) add your fried ingredients to the mixture.
Adding cream to make a silky smooth chowder
Cream helps to thicken and garnish a chowder.Add your fried ingredients to the chowder. Then add a dash of cream and continue to cook on the hob.