Left Over Turkey Soup/Stew
|1||whole stalk celery (chopped)|
|3 - 4 large||potatoes (diced)|
|2 large||yellow onions (chopped)|
|2 qt||turkey broth and drippings from roaster and any chunks of turkey that are with it.|
|1 qt||left over turkey gravy|
|1 can(s)||carrots (drained)|
|1 can(s)||mixed vegetables (drained)|
|1 small||can whole kernel corn (drained)|
|1/2 tsp||ground sage|
|1 tsp||ground black pepper|
|1 tsp||garlic powder|
|1/2 tsp||ground red pepper|
|2 pkg||ramen chicken noodle soup|
This 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!
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.
Serve with crusty bread and a salad.