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Yelli Chowder Rice and Corn Soup 190g/6.7 OZ Non GMO

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Yelli Chowder Rice and Corn Soup 190g/6.7 OZ Non GMO

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Product description

Ingredients:
Round-grain rice, dried vegetables (potatoes, potato flakes, corn, carrots, onions, paprika, garlic), long-grain red rice, marjoram, ground black pepper
Cooking method
Ingredients: 190 g of chowder rice and corn soup, 1.9 l of chicken broth, 120 ml of 20% cream, salt to taste.
1. Boil the chicken broth, take out the chicken and cut it into small pieces.
2. Pour the contents of the bag and the chopped chicken into the boiling salted broth. Simmer the soup for 30 minutes, 3 minutes until the soup is ready, pour in the cream.
3. Remove from heat, let stand under the lid for 2 minutes and serve.

The recipe for the traditional Clam Showder has been known since the 16th century. It hails from the coast of New England in the midwest of the United States, where clam soup with cream, crackers and bacon is as widespread as our fish soup.

New England Clam Chowder contains few ingredients (potatoes, onions, ham or lard, flour and seafood) and has a distinctive white tint through the addition of milk or cream. Interestingly, the addition of tomatoes is considered by New England residents to be a barbaric New York habit.In 1939, the Maine House of Representatives introduced a bill to ban the use of tomatoes in seafood soup.Manhattan seafood soup is cooked in a clear broth, while it also has an original color - red, since it contains tomatoes. In the state of Rhode Island, a version of the soup made from broth without tomatoes and milk is common. Many restaurants in Rhode Island serve both New England and Rhode Island, with white (New England) soup more popular with guests and clear (RI) more popular with the state. Clam chowder is often served in sourdough bread throughout the United States, especially in San Francisco, where sour dough bread has been traditional since 1849.

Yelli Chowder Rice and Corn Soup 190g/6.7 OZ Non GMO

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