This was the best turkey soup recipe <br/>I recommend it to all. It has great thick consistency to warm you on a cold day.
Hands down the best cream of turkey soup I've ever had (and probably will ever have). Slow cooking brought out the unique flavor of the turkey I love so much. Slow cooking also tenderizes the meat -- all this without adding extra fat. This recipe surpassed restaurant quality. I added one cup of lima beans, because I love the combination of turkey and lima beans.
This made a yummy, comforting turkey soup. I added salt and pepper which made all the difference for the flavour, as well as a tbsp dried parsley. Thanks for your creation, Marg!
This was very good, but a little bland for us. Next time I will add some pepper and/or paprika to spice it up. A great way to use up leftover turkey, though!
Very good soup. I added some salt and some Bell's poultry seasoning to add some more flavor. I didn't have cream, so I substituted Evaporated Milk. The final step of adding the milk, cream and flour is key to this recipe. It makes the soup rich and smooth tasting, but not heavy. My children loved the soup. It is a great way to use leftover turkey.
The entire family loved the fabulous flavor! Real comfort food at it's best. Thanks Marge for posting a great recipe.
Very tasty and easy. If you cook it too long the thickness can be overbearing but soo good. You only need tow scoops per bowl and serve w/ garlic bread.