Creamy Turkey Noodle Soup
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes8 servings (2 quarts)
Add 1 leek for onion flavor. 1.5x the broth the extra .5 cup at the end to loosen soup up a bit. Only do 1 c of cheese and 1 tsp salt.
The only change I made was using broken linguine! So simple and so delicious! This is going to be a new go to, after Thanksgiving dish.
The soup was very good. Next time I might eliminate the cheese, or use less.
That is was a delish soup!! Perfect for after thanksgiving on a cold windy day!! Cathy
I made just a couple of changes - I added diced onion and I used 1 cup half and half instead of 1/2 cup of 2% milk because I only have skim on hand and I used chicken instead of turkey, again because that's what I had. A good Wisconsin sharp white Cheddar was perfect. Loved this quick, easy soup and will make it again.
This soup is so good and easy to make, I followed the recipe but made a few modifications. I only had 1% milk and fat free 1/2 n 1/2, I also added 1 1/2 cups of egg noodles, cooking the noodles in the soup vs separately definitely helps to thicken the soup. I used turkey stock that I had on hand. You could easily substitute rice although you might have to play around with the amount added. I plan to try adding some corn and peas the next time I make this. Definitely a recipe to try!
This soup is wonderful. I did make a few changes which I feel make the recipe work better. I put my carrot in the food proccessor and chopped it very fine. It was much easier than trying to get carrots thin enough to saute. I also used celery seed instead of celery. I hate having to buy celery and having leftover stalks. Even when you can buy a small amount, there is some left and I can't chew it and my husband doesn't like raw celery. The celery seed still gives it that celery flavor. I just put it and the finely chopped carrots in after I have mixed the flour with the butter before I add the chicken broth and milk. I also found that it was much easier to cook the pasta ahead of time. It calls for uncooked pasta and it takes forever for the pasta to cook. The soup still thickens up and once that is ready you just add the pasta, cheese and turkey. It works well with chicken too. By making these changes it doesn't take as long to make. We love this soup and have made it several times during the colder months. Barbara
So good! I used fat free half
From one Missouri cook to another, this was delicious! I added a little chopped onion along with the carrots and celery and I didn't have carrots to shred, so I just added about half a bag of frozen carrots (sliced) in with the celery and onion. So good and very easy to make.
We made this tonight with leftover turkey breast that we roasted in the slow cooker with thyme. We did not use the butter nor the cheese in this recipe and we only had skim milk on hand so no half and half only skim milk for cream. It was nice and light and had good flavor.