This soup was amazingly good! If you dont have turkey, it would be just as great with chicken! While eating this soup it was so comforting but was a soup that I could see making/eating when someone is under the weather. Its that type of soup that would make you feel better when your sick. I pretty much followed the recipe exactly, except before adding the turkey and noodles I simmered the broth and veggies to flavor it well. Probably about 30 min. later I added the turkey and egg noddles and cooked per the directions. Sooooo good! Nice and flavorful. It tastes just like a Homemade chicken noodle soup but creamy! I can really see how others have said that this would be amazing as well by adding in dumplings for chicken and dumplings. Thanks so much for this recipe! I cant wait to make again to test on someone or myself when they arent feeling so well.
I made this with my leftover turkey and loved it!!!!! I added garlic, celery and carrots... it was GREAT
Made this tonight with leftover turkey...was soo good. I halved the recipe as there is only two of us here, had some carrots in the fridge but when I took them out they had frozen and were no longer good, ( issues with the vegetable crisper) so I used corn in place of the carrots.I also put celery in this and used Mrs Reames frozen noodles. Wow what a great soup. It was very tasty and so good on a rainy night...thanks so much for sharing
Wonderful soup! Me, my husband and our 16 month old love it! I used a whole onion instead of green onions and added celery. I also added 1/2 cup of frozen corn at the end. Thank you for sharing!
Excellent!!! Very, very, very good and easy!!
Loved it! Used fresh carrots, regular onions, and added a little garlic. Mmmmm! Will use again
this is a really good recipe I have used both turkey and chicken in it, since this is one thing both my picky eaters will eat. I have also used rice and pasta which ever I have on hand. I always forget the parsley, so I end up adding a tiny bit of sage, basil, oregano, thyme, and rosemary to it and it comes out wonderful.
Very good - I added 1 cup of diced celery. Nice way to use up leftover turkey after Thanksgiving.
Delicious. Used 7 cups Rescued Turkey Stock (Rescued Turkey Stock), 3/4 cup skim milk, 3/4 cup heavy cream, sautéed 2 cups fresh sliced carrots and 2 diced ribs of celery along with the green onions. Also added a can of peaches 'n cream corn niblets at the end. My family and I will enjoy this recipe again. Thank you Kaarin!
This has to be the absolute best turkey soup I have EVER made - and I've made a lot of them over the years. Every time I cook a turkey, I freeze the carcass for later use. It ends up buried at the bottom of the freezer and then a couple years later, in the garbage. This last Thanksgiving, instead of putting it in the freezer, I put it directly into my crock pot, covered it with water, and then let it cook on high for a couple days. Then I froze it in portions. And THAT is what I used for this soup. I'm sure it had something to do with the flavour. I wish I had more broth so I could have doubled it. It was so tasty!!! I have never made a creamy turkey soup before - it was always just a plain broth with veggies. The only thing I had to do was add more flour than specified just to make it slightly thicker for our tastes. Oh, and I also didn't have any noodles but I had bok choy in the fridge so I added that. Didn't even miss the noodles. This soup was to die for. From now on, when I cook a turkey, you can be sure this soup will be my go to recipe.