If I had any sort of patience, I would make you wait until Christmas for this recipe too. But lucky for you, I don't! It seems like lent would be just as good of time as any to share it with you.
I have made it a couple of times myself now. My brother and I had been talking about having a seafood feast for months. We finally decided to do it for New Years Eve. I begged Nana for the recipe. The crab chowder went really well with the crab stuffed shrimp and fried oysters!
This is a thick and rich soup. It is so good! All you have to do is saute the all the goodies and coat them in flour. The recipe calls for a tablespoon of cajun seasoning and two tablespoons of hot sauce, but you can adjust the spice to your taste
Then slowly add in the milk, making sure to get everything off the bottom of the pan. Simmer to thicken and get ready to enjoy!
It comes out with a bisque like thickness. The perfect mix of creamy and chunky.