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How to Thicken a Soup Chowder

    Using Instant Mashed Potato Flakes

    • 1). Add your prepared chowder to a large stock pot. Bring soup to a slow simmer. You should only see a slight amount of bubbles coming to the surface. Do not boil your soup at this point.

    • 2). Measure a 1/4 cup instant mashed potato flakes. Stir the flakes in slowly and allow the mixture to simmer and the flakes dissolve entirely.

    • 3). Measure out an additional 1/4 cup of potato flakes. Add flakes to the soup until you have reached the desired consistency, but never boil the mixture.

    Using Raw Potatoes

    • 1). Place prepared chowder in a stock pot and bring to a simmer. Grate potato and measure out 3 tbsp.

    • 2). Add grated potato to soup. Stir completely and then allow to simmer for 15 minutes.

    • 3). If soup does not thicken, add more grated potato.

    Using Dry Bread

    • 1). Remove the crust from a dry Italian or French bread loaf.

    • 2). Dice up bread in small batches or use a food processor to create breadcrumbs. Add breadcrumbs in small batches to your soup. Allow to simmer in between additions to reach desired consistency.

    • 3). Allow to simmer in between additions to reach desired consistency.

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