It's the day after Thanksgiving and your refrigerator is packed with leftovers. If you're like most families, there's still plenty of turkey for sandwiches, but that will only take you so far. Try chopping some of that turkey and making one of these healthy, delicious soups!
Turkey Pasta Soup
This quick Turkey Pasta Soup has such a great flavor that everyone I've shared it with has added the recipe to her list of favorites. It also simmers up well in a slow cooker.
—Marie Ewert, Richmond, Michigan
Hearty Turkey Vegetable Soup
I found this Hearty Turkey Vegetable Soup recipe on the Internet, but it was too high in fat. After experimenting, I created a more nutritious version, I often double this chili-like soup to freeze or to share with friends.
—Julie Anderson, Bloomington, Illinois
Turkey Rice Soup
This tasty Turkey Rice Soup has a surprisingly short simmering time. Leftover turkey has never tasted so good! If you don't have frozen mixed vegetables on hand, stir in extra veggies from your Thanksgiving meal until heated through.
—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin
One taste of this traditional curry-flavored soup, and folks will know it didn't come from a can! This Mulligatawny Soup fills the kitchen with a wonderful aroma while it's simmering.
—Esther Nafziger, La Junta, Colorado
Brown Rice Turkey Soup
I don't recall where I got this Brown Rice Turkey Soup recipe, but it's my all-time favorite turkey soup. Everyone who has tried it agrees. The sweet red pepper is what gives the soup its distinctive flavor.
—Bobby Langley, Rocky Mount, North Carolina