Robin's StoryI am posting this recipe for a club member that requested a Turkey Soup. I hope you like this one version, and I think that it will be delicious, Beth.
P.S. If you don't like Tarragon as a herb, you can substitute fresh Thyme and Parley for a fresher
taste. Also, another member, Beth, added peas and potatoes to the soup...Just a consideration...
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carrot, peeled and cubed petite
stalk of celery, peeled and cubed petite
turkey, shredded finely
chopped fresh tarragon
salt and pepper
fresh tarragon leaves to garnish
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1Mise en place your onion, carrot, and celery. Melt the butter in a large saucepan and fry the onion for 3 minutes.
2Add the cooked turkey to the pan with 1/2 pint of the chicken stock. Add the bay leaf to soup.
3Bring the soup to the boil and simmer for 20 minutes. Allow to cool some, and then pour the remaining stock into soup. Add the cream. and remove from heat so it does not scald.
4Remove bay leaf. Next. salt and pepper to taste.
5Add the chopped tarragon. Garnish with a small sprig of tarragon and serve with croutons
Bonnie D. Utahn - Oct 13, 2010
Well, I am definitely printing this off because it contains turkey. Thanks for posting it Robin. Oh, by the way, Papillotte is in the works.
Robin DuPree robdupree - Oct 13, 2010
Eddie Jordan EDWARDCARL - Oct 14, 2010
I know what I will do with the left over turkey I have for Thanksgiving. It sounds wonderful. Thank you Robin!
Beth Streeter bakeratheart - Oct 14, 2010
It looks wonderful!!! Thank you so much! I am going to try it this weekend!
FREDA GABLE cookin4me - Oct 14, 2010
Robin This is Yummy, I just happened to have some Chicken left over tonight and made this soup but with chicken, My Husband wanted Soup. Its really a good one. and I happened to have all the Ingredients. I did add a little more Celery and this was a perfect pot for us and still had leftovers. Thanks a bunch Robin. . .A Keeper!!