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If you’re like me and you couldn’t imagine your life without shrimp and cheese, you will LOVE this New England Shrimp Chowder! And with the Cheddar Bay Biscuits and a simple salad, if you like, you have an easy full meal. This would be a big hit at parties, but you could make it for dinner at home most any night of the week without too much trouble.
When I first came across this recipe, I thought, “What a great idea for Halloween, without the pumpkin overload!” But there was no way that I could wait for something that looked so good. I love my seafood dishes, and how could I pass up trying something so easy to put together? It turned out so delicious that it deserves a place in our dinner rotation!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Musing Maine-iac.
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Quick Tip: You don’t have to serve this meal with Cheddar Bay Biscuits. In fact, you can use a regular slice of bread for dipping if you want.