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Walter (walleye) Chowder

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At @BilletHead request  ;)

8 slices bacon
6 tbsp butter 
3/4 cup chopped celery
1 large sweet yellow onion (chopped)
5-8 sliced red potatoes
1/3 flour
6 cups milk (add more if needed)
2-3 Walleye filets 

In a pot cook up about 8 slices of bacon I usually chop them up before cooking. (Chunks)
After it's done set it aside. 
In the same pot add butter,  celery, and onions. Cook until soft. 

Then add your flour cook for about 2 to 3 minutes. 

Whisk in the milk slowly and then add the potatoes and bacon on low to medium heat. Cook until potatoes are just about done. 

Add chuck walleye, salt, pepper (to taste) and cook for another 5 to 6 minutes until fish is done.

Then enjoy 

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1 hour ago, JohnP said:

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At @BilletHead request  ;)

8 slices bacon
6 tbsp butter 
3/4 cup chopped celery
1 large sweet yellow onion (chopped)
5-8 sliced red potatoes
1/3 flour
6 cups milk (add more if needed)
2-3 Walleye filets 

In a pot cook up about 8 slices of bacon I usually chop them up before cooking. (Chunks)
After it's done set it aside. 
In the same pot add butter,  celery, and onions. Cook until soft. 

Then add your flour cook for about 2 to 3 minutes. 

Whisk in the milk slowly and then add the potatoes and bacon on low to medium heat. Cook until potatoes are just about done. 

Add chuck walleye, salt, pepper (to taste) and cook for another 5 to 6 minutes until fish is done.

Then enjoy 

            Thanks John!

Marty

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Thanks for posting - sometimes if I catch a striper when the water is warm, I pretty much have to keep them as there's a good chance they won't survive when released.  This looks to be an excellent recipe to add striper chunks to.

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Looks delicious. Very similar to what I have done too. Not real big on Old Bay so I don't use that. But do use a good dose of thyme. Love chowder, and any mild white fish. 

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