Homemade Turkey Soup
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Cook: 2 hours 35 min.
Makes10 servings (about 2-1/2 quarts)
Can you freeze this soup?
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This was really great. I have never made my own stock and the flavor was awesome. I did use egg noodles as the family likes them more than rice in a soup but it was great. Creamy and yummy! Thanks for sharing!
This was excellent I made it tonight I added a little half-and-half at the end and some corn starch
Used leftover holiday turkey carcass to make this and it was very easy and delicious! I left the onions in the broth for extra flavor. I think the basic recipe and subing egg noodles would be very good also.
This was good but it needed additional seasonings, ie poultry seasoning, seasoned salt, pepper. I also added more rice than the recipe called for. Will make again.
I prepared this soup tonight and it is a five-star winner. I followed the recipe except I substituted noodles for the rice as several reviewers did. I used the healthy cream of chicken soup as well. Both hubby and I loved the soup and will have it again.Volunteer Field Editor
I would really like to make it tonight, but a quick question - We are talking about already baked in the oven for the thanksgiving dinner turkey carcass - not raw bones and meat leftover from some other turkey dish, right?
Great, easy recipes. Although I did choose to alter certain things like using some fat free half and half and a few tablespoons of flour instead of the soup, I appreciate your recipe! Thank you to those who kindly posted their substitutions for their own reasons and didn't blast the poster. Kindness goes a long way.
My whole family loved this soup. I used egg noodles instead of rice (I added them at the end of the cooking process). What a great way to use the turkey carcass after Thanksgiving or Christmas.