Crab chowder

After reading a particularly yummy looking recipe for crab chowder (and realizing I had those pesky few celery stalks expiring) I decided to give it a go.

This recipe grabbed me because of the simple ingredients, fairly quick time and low calorie content in a chowder (?!) Yes please! 🙂

Nutritional Information for 1.5 c. serving (makes 6) as directed.

Calories: 265

Fat: 6.8g

Protein: 16.3g

Carbohydrate: 36.5g

Fiber: 3.1g

Cholesterol: 47mg

I even made mine with skim milk rather than the 2% they instruct and did not add any salt so it was a bit healthier and still so delicious.

Simmering onions and celery

It was also really easy and cost-efficient by mixing few expensive ingredients like real crab with on-hand, cheap ingredients like celery, spices and canned creamed corn. My creamed corn (which I would never eat by the way but Jeremy loves, so this was a great way to use it) was faaancy, see?

It has to be fancy, it says so on the can

It came together wonderfully and smelled fabulous. Look at this ladle full of goodness.

Chowder-rific

Including prep/chopping time, it took me around 45 minutes to get this into bowls.

I was the designated ladler

Jeremy was anxiously awaiting the final product with saltines in-hand. We both really enjoyed it while watching Black Swan (which is another post altogether, wowza).

So what about you guys? What did you try today? Any new recipes you’ve made?

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