Find recipes for your diet

    • no alcohol
    • no beans / legumes / pulses
    • no dried / ground spices
    • no dried fruits
    • no fermented / pickled foods
    • no fresh / raw fruits that don't get cooked by the end of the recipe
    • no grains
    • no meat / poultry
    • no seeds
    • 4th of July
    • 5 or fewer ingredients
    • Comfort food
    • Crowds/parties
    • Easter Favorites
    • Elegant evenings
    • Fall favorites
    • Great for kids
    • Halloween Treats
    • Holiday Sweets & Treats
    • Light fare
    • Lunchboxes/on-the-go
    • One-pot meal
    • Passover Celebrations
    • Picnics
    • Quick & easy
    • Spring favorites
    • Summer favorites
    • Thanksgiving
    • Winter favorites
    • dairy-free
    • egg-free
    • fish-free
    • gluten-free
    • nut-free
    • peanut-free
    • shellfish-free
    • soy-free
    • Diabetic-friendly
    • FODMAPs-friendly
    • Kosher
    • Low histamine
    • Low salycilate
    • Macrobiotic
    • Paleo
    • Raw
    • Vegan
    • Vegetarian
Need to filter out additional ingredients? Just type anything you can't eat into the "Keyword" field with a "-" in front, and separate each ingredient in the list with a comma!
Sunday, 17 November 2013 19:04

Salmon and Corn Chowder

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
A lovely dish that fits the winter months just as well as the summer.

  • Ingredients:

    3 Tbsp avocado oil
    2 stalks celery, cut into 2" slices
    8 oz potatoes, cut into 1-inch cubes (about 1 large potato) + 2-3 medium potatoes, cut in half or quarters
    Freshly-ground sea salt and crushed black pepper, to taste
    1 medium onion, diced
    1 1/2 cups frozen corn (can use regular or roasted)
    2 cups chicken stock
    1/2 cup rice milk
    2 lbs skinless salmon fillet, cut into 2" pieces
    Grated zest and juice of 1 lemon
    Minced fresh dill (optional)
  • Instructions:

    Heat oil in a large heavy saucepan or Dutch oven over medium heat and saute the celery for ~3 minutes.

    Add the cubed potato (~8 oz), salt and pepper, and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.

    Stir in the onion, corn and the stock. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer (covered) for 15 minutes.

    Meanwhile, steam the remaining potatotoes.  Transfer to a mixing bowl, add the rice milk and puree with an immersion blender. Feel free to add more or less milk to suit your preference.

    Add 1 cup of the potato and rice milk mixture to the pot and simmer uncovered for 5 minutes.

    Stir in salmon, lemon zest, and lemon juice. Simmer gently until salmon is just cooked through (3-4 minutes).

    Top with dill (optional, but definitely a lovely Scandinavian touch).
  • Serves: 4
  • Cuisine: European - Scandinavian
  • Cooking method: Boil/blanch/poach
  • Special ingredients: no dried fruits, no fresh / raw fruits that don't get cooked by the end of the recipe, no fermented / pickled foods, no seeds, no beans / legumes / pulses, no dried / ground spices, no meat / poultry, no alcohol, no grains
  • Just right for...: Crowds/parties, Comfort food, Spring favorites, Summer favorites, Fall favorites, Winter favorites
  • Top 8 allergens?: gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, soy-free, shellfish-free, nut-free, peanut-free
  • Active/prep time: 45-60 minutes
  • Total time (inc active/prep): 45-60 minutes
  • Substitution ideas: If you don't have access to avocado oil, olive oil will work fine (I can't tolerate olive oil anymore - so avocado oil it is for me!).
  • Related recipes: This dish is based on the 'Salmon and Corn Chowder' recipe by Mary Karlin, published on
Read 1030 times
freedible tips!Read the ingredients, call the company and check the tags!
We provide our recipes search function as a free service to the community, and while we do our best to make sure all the recipes our members submit are properly tagged with respect to the ingredients inside, it's critical that you confirm that they're safe for you! Thus, while we invite you to use our search filters as a starting point, by using this service you agree that you are responsible for determining which foods are safe for you and/or anyone for whom you prepare foods found on our site, including reading the ingredients for all products used therein, and contacting the manufacturers directly to confirm that each food has been manufactured in a way that is safe for you. We do our best, but we cannot assume responsibility for any errors of omission or comission in how our recipes are tagged or identified.