Since it was cold today, I decided to make some turkey soup from leftover turkey and some broth I made from the bones. I didn't have noodles so I tried the Ramen noodles and it was very tasty.
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We loved being able to make such a creamy turkey noodle soup without having to add a drop of cream. It's thick and creamy with a punch of flavor. No one would ever guess that the flavor and noodles came from a pack of Ramen. Carrots and celery add a touch of freshness to the soup. A great way to use leftover turkey. Or, if you crave this not at the holidays use a store-bought rotisserie chicken. Hearty and comforting, this will be perfect on a cold day.
Thanks to the flour this is a very thick soup. If it's too thick for you, add a little water until it gets to a consistency you like.
In a large stockpot, add butter and melt. Add the onions, carrots, and celery. Saute until almost tender.
Add the flour.
Brown for a few minutes (like making gravy).
Add the stock and stir until the flour is dissolved and the mixture is creamy.
Add the salt, pepper, Ramen noodle packs, and seasoning. Cook for a few minutes.
Then add the chicken or turkey.
Let simmer until the veggies are tender.
Sprinkle in the parsley before serving. This is very good just served with bread or crackers,
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