Colleen's StoryThis is an easy soup to make with chicken or turkey... we have it often.
The title has Soup/Stew because depending on the amount of liquid you add... you can make it thinner or thicker... I was intending to make it a stew a few months ago, when my niece and her family showed up unexpectedly.... so I added water/broth and made it a soup... they loved it!
Talk about "comfort food"!!! I eat soup almost every day... sometimes for every meal... I love soup!
As a matter of fact... I made my friend Freda's "Turkey Soup the next day", before I made this one... and Freda's went so fast... so try hers out too!
whole stalk celery (chopped)
3 - 4 large
yellow onions (chopped)
turkey broth and drippings from roaster and any chunks of turkey that are with it.
left over turkey gravy
mixed vegetables (drained)
can whole kernel corn (drained)
ground black pepper
ground red pepper
ramen chicken noodle soup
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1Put water in large soup pot on to boil.
Prepare celery and put in the pot. Cube up the potatoes (with or without peelings).
Chop up the onions, add to the pot. Cook until done.
2Add all ingredients except noodles (do add spice packets)
3When this comes to a boil add the noodles and cook about 8 minutes longer. Taste... adjust by adding more spices if desired. Add more water if desired to make more soup broth... to taste.
4At this point, add more chopped up turkey if desired.
Serve with crusty bread and a salad.
Eddie Jordan EDWARDCARL - Dec 2, 2010
Colleen, Your recipe for Left over Turkey soup is just the thing I need. I have a lot of turkey that I put in the freezer. There are so many recipes to use left over turkey I think I will try this recipe. Thank you. ( GOD BLESS )
Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7 - Dec 2, 2010
God Bless you too Eddie! Thank you... I just got home and had a bowl, it was thick like stew, so I added a little water to make it a soup, and microwaved it.... mmmmmmm