1 lb. diced walleye
4 medium potatoes diced into bite-sized pieces
1 medium onion diced but not into small pieces
1 large carrot sliced thin
Garlic salt, pepper, and salt to taste
Add water to the vegetables just enough to cover them completely. Cook the vegetables until they are tender. Then, add four slices of diced bacon and cook this for at least 10 more minutes. At this point, you will need to add a 13-ounce can of cream or milk and a can of cream corn. After doing this let the chowder simmer for approximately 5 minutes.
Add the walleye to the mixture and let it simmer and cook for an additional 10 minutes. You will now need to stir the chowder quite a bit and be sure it is on a medium level of heat or lower.
Finally, the Walleye Chowder will be ready to serve. It can be served with cornbread or anything else an individual chooses.