This was incredibly good. I added avocado once bowled and it was even better.
This soup is SO good. When the holiday season is over Turkey is really cheap I just buy a bone in breast and roast it and chop it up for the soup. Don’t think just make this soup, you won’t regret it.
This was quick and delicious. I peeled and chopped the squash before work in the morning and quickly threw this together for friends after work. I used leftover turkey stock from thanksgiving but I’m sure it would have been great with any kind of stock or boullion. I was keeping it gluten free for a friend with allergies so served it with corn quesadillas. I did use a masher to break up some of the squash to give it a little thickness so it was more like a stew and I added some liquid from red chilies I was soaking for another recipe. Really though the recipe is great as is. I appreciate that it’s a good base and accommodates additions well. Will definitely make again.
I used ground turkey and a small white onion instead of leeks. I added the uncooked turkey when the onion and red peppers began to soften. I used dried thyme. I felt like there wasn't enough to feed five, and since I didn't have anymore corn on hand I added a half can of black beans (rinse before added). I also added a 14 oz can of low sodium chicken broth and tossed in a pinch or so extra of each spice. We all loved it! Ages ranging from 5 to 62.
Easy and delicious with a bit of zing Tasty combination of ingredients, especially like the leeks. Adding turkey cutlets for just the last few minutes keeps them tender. Those who love spicy can add more red pepper flakes at the table.
Easy and delicious with a bit of zingTasty combination of ingredients, especially like the leeks. Adding turkey cutlets for just the last few minutes keeps them tender. Those who love spicy can add more red pepper flakes at the table.
great idea for turkey leftovers Excellent soup for the kids. Pros: Easy to make
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.
I loved this soup! I didn't have a red bell pepper, so I just didn't put it in. And I also didn't have the cumin and thyme, but put in a couple of my own spices. I think it will be better next time with all the right spices, but I thought it was great! One of my favorite soups ever! oh, and I used acorn squash instead of butternut squash.
I made this with leftover Thanksgiving turkey & it was A-W-E-S-O-M-E! I did not follow the recipe exactly because I had a bit more turkey, squash, broth, & thyme leftover then it called for so I just through it all in! I increase the amount of the other things to make-up for the extra ingredients. I added a little cayenne pepper too which gave it even more of a kick! I would def make this again :)
I used turkey sausage and fresh corn off the cob, and the soup turned out great! Soup smelled wonderful and is a very healthy and savory soup. I highly recommend it!