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Seafood Chowder (gluten free)

This is one of my signature dishes.

If you like seafood then you really should give this seafood chowder recipe a go, it takes under 10 minutes to cook and tastes amazing.

I have had so many compliments when I served it in restaurants over the years, it has also proven to be extremely popular when I posted it to my Facebook Page or cook it at cooking demos.

The tomatoes give it a lovely sweetness that you wouldn’t normally expect in a chowder, it is perfect for either a summers evening or a cold winters night beside the fire



Allergens : Contains Lactose, Gluten Free

Mixed Seafood – 250g

Chopped Tomatoes – 1/2 tin

Carrot – 1 medium peeled

Potato – 1 medium peeled

Garlic Clove – 1 peeled

Black Pepper from a mill – 1/4 tsp

1 Fish Stock pot – look for Knorr gluten free if this is important to you.

Cream – 250ml

Water – 40ml

Parsley (optional) – Few sprigs chopped



Chop all the veg up into a very small dice.


Add a small drop of good quality oil to a pot then when hot add the diced veg.


Cook this for 2 minutes then add the cream and 1/2 tin of chopped tomatoes.


Cook for 2 minutes to reduce a little and allow the flavors infuse.


Add the stock cube, pepper and chopped parsley then the fish and half a small glass of water about 40ml


Cook for 3-4 minutes, taste and serve.


*The veg will have a little bite to them, if you don’t like that cook on a low heat for another 5 minutes or so.


Serve with crusty rolls or my Roasted Pepper Soda Bread

    • gormal
    • 7th March 2017

    I didn’t use the tomatoes, carrots or cream (as I had none in). But it was just as lovely without them, I added a little bit of leek and cooked the veg longer until soft. It was very tasty and filling.
    You can use lactose free cream (tesco) or elmlea instead of regular cream. It’s not something I take due to my high cholesterol.

    • Paul Kennedy
    • 13th January 2018

    Class, simple and tasty recipe ?

    • Wendy
    • 13th August 2019

    This is absolutely delicious and I’m not really a fish fan. I tend to make it with milk as I rarely have cream to hand but it’s still tasty and so easy to make. Thank you for this recipe.

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