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Turkey & Squash Soup

January/February 2009, November/December 1995

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This Southwestern-inspired turkey-and-squash soup gets a little kick from crushed red pepper and some zing from fresh lime juice. You can use leftover turkey or chicken (instead of the cutlets); dice it and add a few minutes before serving. Serve with cornbread.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was a yummy soup and a great way to use up some leftover Thanksgiving turkey! I made my own turkey stock and used that as the base and it was delicious and very filling. "
Turkey & Squash Soup Recipe

17 Reviews for Turkey & Squash Soup

10/04/2012
Anonymous
Terrific

This soup is terrific...I used turkey sausage (cut into 2"in slices) and left over chicken breast...plus I had a bunch of butternut and cabbage from the garden...sooo yummy...the husband wants more!!!

warm, flavorful with a slight kick
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11/26/2011
"great idea for turkey leftovers"

Excellent soup for the kids.

Easy to make
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11/26/2011
Anonymous

Just ate a bowl of this soup for lunch and it's fantastic. Followed the recipe with just a couple exceptions--had only one leek, so added about a half cup chopped onion to sub for the second, used leftover Thanksgiving turkey and garnished with some chopped fresh cilantro. It is so delicious and one of the best ever uses of leftover Thanksgiving turkey. The added bonus is that it's so healthy. I won't wait until next November to make it again--I'll use the cutlets next time. Highly recommend adding the cilantro if you like it, because it really adds to that southwestern flair.

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11/25/2011
Anonymous
So Yummy!

This is my favorite recipe from Eating Well. Have made it often since it first came out in one of the magazines a couple of years ago!

Smooth and savory
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11/16/2011
Anonymous
Great!

I just made this recipe tonight. It is delicious. It a great soup to make for the fall. I improvised with ground turkey instead of cutlets. I browned it in a pan first and then added it to the soup. This recipe is easy. I will be making this one again!

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