http://hilahcooking.com I guess it's the same as potato chowder? I'm not really sure what the difference would be since all potato soup recipes I've ever seen have cream or milk in them, which makes them chowders, too. So it seems they are the same thing. But then again, not all chowders have milk or cream. The world of culinary terminology is fraught with mysteries and paradoxes. WHY CAN'T THE WORLD BE A SIMPLE PLACE AGAIN?!? INGREDIENTS ¼ cup chopped onion2 tablespoons bacon fat or butter3 cups water1 teaspoon salt2 cups diced potatoes (peeled or not)15 ounce can evaporated milk, or half and half (2 cups minus one ounce, or 1 7/8 cups)Garnish: chopped parsley, dill, celery leaves, or paprika DIRECTIONSHeat your fat of choice over medium heat in a saucepan. Saute onion about 5 minutes or until translucent. Add water, salt, and potatoes. Bring to boil then simmer uncovered until tender, and the water has reduced so that it just barely covers the potatoes, about 20 minutes total. Add milk and reheat. Serve with garnish of choice. Makes about 6 cups of soup, which will serve 2?3 people.moreless
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