Haddock and sweet corn chowder

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 2-3 large leeks roughly sliced
 A big knob of butter
 1 tin of sweet corn
 A handful of chopped thyme
 A couple of bay leaves
 A few black peppercorns
 About 1/2 pt milk
 3 cooked potatoes peeled and cubed
 A couple of haddock fillets
 1pt milk
 A handful of roughly chopped parsley

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Melt the butter and add in the leeks and thyme

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Cover with a circle of greaseproof paper Put on the lid and cook on a low heat for about 10 minutes

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Now add the potatoes and cook for another 10minutes

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Put the haddock in a frying pan cover with the milk add the peppercorns and bay leaves

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Poach for about 7-10 minutes . Do not over cook !!

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Add half of the sweet corn to the leeks and potatoes , stirring well to combine . Now blitz down with a hand lender adding the strained poaching liquor as you go

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Flake in the cooked haddock , stir through the remaining sweet corn and the chopped parsley

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Bring to a simmer and serve

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Ingredients

 2-3 large leeks roughly sliced
 A big knob of butter
 1 tin of sweet corn
 A handful of chopped thyme
 A couple of bay leaves
 A few black peppercorns
 About 1/2 pt milk
 3 cooked potatoes peeled and cubed
 A couple of haddock fillets
 1pt milk
 A handful of roughly chopped parsley

Directions

1

Melt the butter and add in the leeks and thyme

2
3
4
5

Cover with a circle of greaseproof paper Put on the lid and cook on a low heat for about 10 minutes

6
7
8
9

Now add the potatoes and cook for another 10minutes

10
11
12
13

Put the haddock in a frying pan cover with the milk add the peppercorns and bay leaves

14
15
16

Poach for about 7-10 minutes . Do not over cook !!

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18
19
20

Add half of the sweet corn to the leeks and potatoes , stirring well to combine . Now blitz down with a hand lender adding the strained poaching liquor as you go

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22
23
24

Flake in the cooked haddock , stir through the remaining sweet corn and the chopped parsley

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28

Bring to a simmer and serve

Haddock and sweet corn chowder