Was A-MA-ZING! Forgive changes but used what I had on hand then modified based on reviews. Like the one pot idea so sauteed 2 onions with butter. Once onions clear, added 3 cloves minced garlic and bacon bits (no raw bacon on hand) enough to cover onions plus dry dill powder and salt to taste. Gave 5 min to meld together, then sprinkled flour in batches to make roux. Used 3 cans crab meat and 3 cans corn- fyi reserved all liquid from cans to use as my liquid instead of wine. (Didn't put corn and crab in til end though). Once all flour incorporated, added my crab-corn liquid, which I heated up in microwave and dissolved 3 bouillon cubes in. Poured liquid into flour mixture, then one can evaporated milk. Let flavors meld 5 min. Then checked if needed extra liquid, which it did, and added milk as needed. Another 5 min for milk to mix. Once I liked the flavor of the base, I added a dash of cayenne for kick, then cubed red potatoes (cooked in microwave for 5 min to be al dente). After adding potatoes, give 10 min for potatoes to release their starch and absorb liquid. At that point adjust liquid. Once adjusted, add all crab, cover with blanket of dill powder, add corn, cover with dill powder, fold in gently, give 5 min. This quantity made enough to feed 12 servings so served one meal and batch froze another for a cold day! Hey, if you're gonna go through the work, why not make 2 meals' worth in one pot! My freezer is looking pretty tasty right now! And one bowl was super filling!
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Was A-MA-ZING! Forgive changes but used what I had on hand then modified based on reviews....