Spending a little extra time in the kitchen can yield big flavor. With this delicious homemade turkey stock, you’ll be saving about 850 mg of sodium per cup versus store-bought chicken broth. Healthy Cooking Test Kitchen
"You'll love this quick-and-easy way to jazz up a can of soup," comments Laurie Todd of Columbus, Mississippi. Enjoy the comforting results in a snap by using leftover turkey and convenient ramen noodles.
"When our daughters wouldn't eat the spicy chili beans I prepared, I came up with this milder, slightly sweet version," notes Keri Scofield Lawson of Fullerton, California. "They love eating the hearty chili as a dip with tortilla chips. I never have leftovers."
You can make the most of even the smallest pieces of leftover meat on your holiday turkey. I simmer the bones to get the rich flavor, then easily remove any meat that remains. I add rice, vegetables and cream soup for a hearty turkey soup that's tasty and economical. —June Sangrey, Manheim, Pennsylvania
From Springfield, Missouri, Brenda Thomas writes, “My husband enjoys my version of this dish so much, he doesn’t order it at restaurants anymore.” With fresh spinach, pasta and seasoned sausage, this fast-to-fix soup eats like a meal.
This hearty entree is low in fat, but full of flavor. I love that you can cook the dried pasta right in the chili. One less pot to wash! This also reheats in the microwave perfectly. —Dawn Forsberg, Saint Joseph, Missouri