This recipe today is a tasty and low carbohydrate alternative to a traditional soup. I share how to create my Clam Chowder in the Pressure Cooker Recipe
Clam Chowder in the Pressure Cooker Recipe
There are as many different ways to create a great tasting clam chowder soup. Over the past few years, I’ve had the privilege of enjoying real Boston Clam Chowder in Massachusetts and even a creamy clam chowder up in Maine. After lots of taste testing (my favorite part) and creating a few versions of the recipe on my own the recipe today is one of my favorites. The first time I made clam chowder in my kitchen I used the stovetop. Pressure cooking recipes are super easy and totally cost-efficient. It uses fresh ingredients and some canned clams because we live in Ohio. Be sure to take advantage of my printable recipe option below.
I’ve used the Clams a few times now after finding them cheap at Walmart. Be sure to check your local store for that brand and or order using Instacart.
Images From Brens’ Kitchen
You know I love snapping photos to demonstrate how to put the recipes together. Today I used my iphoneX and Amazon photo upload to get the job done. Seriously considering a video so stay tuned and leave suggestions.
This Power Pressure Cooker has become a permanent appliance in my kitchen. Sometimes on Sunday, I use it to create 3-4 meals to use during the week.
I use the pressure cooker in a saute mood as a frying pan. It’s nice to not have too many dishes to do.
We are in Ohio so the Clams I use are from a can. I can trust that Bumble Bee brand and it is easy to find at Walmart.
I ran out to the dome greenhouse to get some fresh thyme while the soup was cooking in the Pressure Cooker.
In conclusion of writing this recipe out, I’d love to hear from you. Do you have suggestions after trying my recipe? Maybe you have your own East Coast Clam Chowder recipe? Be sure to comment on my post and connect on my website.
Happy Pressure Cooking,