Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Soup



How to Make Turkey Soup from Leftovers

Do you usually overindulge throughout Christmas? Are you thinking of a way to kick start that healthy living life style you vow to have in your new years resolutions every year? Then here's a recipe that can help you, hop skip and jump right into it. This will show you how to make my left over turkey soup that is healthy, hearty, amazingly low in calories and tastes delicious!

Ingredients

  • Leftover turkey
  • Leftover fish or shellfish (optional)
  • Onions
  • Red peppers
  • Baby carrots
  • Suede
  • Baby turnips
  • Baby sweetcorn
  • Mung bean noodles
  • Scotch bonnet pepper

Steps

  1. Take your left over turkey bones, turkey stock and/or any stock you have left over from any other meats you cook over Christmas.Add to a large soup pot and simmer over a low heat for 1 hour. Use all of the stock you have left over from your meats or poultry on your table.
    • To add even more flavour to this recipe, any big or small fish or shell fish stock can be added.
  2. Remove the bones using a large sieve.Strain off the stock into another large saucepan and add your left over vegetables. Roasted vegetables can be added, but no greens or cabbage at this stage, these will be added later. If you have no leftover vegetables, roast some onions, red peppers, baby carrots, suede, baby turnips and baby sweetcorn in some olive oil or vegetable oil while the stock is simmering.
  3. Remove the vegetables from the oven and add to the stock, while hot.Do this after the turkey bones are taken out of the pot and the stock is strained, getting rid of any meat remnants or particles left over from the meat. If you like your soup a little spicy, turn up the heat by adding 1 whole scotch bonnet pepper. Bring the stock to boil, then turn down to medium heat and leave with the lid half open to cook for a further 30 minutes
  4. Add the leftover turkey to the pot, close the lid and turn the heat down to simmer. To a deep soup bowl, add 50g of the mung bean noodles (dry), fill to the brim with the boiling water, cover and leave for 5 minutes or until they are translucent (hence why they are often called glass noodles).





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