5 Reviews

Loved this soup. Made half a recipe but had to use wine and apple cider for the beer. Was a sweeter soup but loved it.

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adopt a greyhound November 18, 2015

Amazing soup. I was hesitant to add the beer, since we don't care for beer, but the flavor was not overpowering, and it definitely added something to the flavor profile. I used leftover cubed turkey meat from a turkey we roasted instead of cooking and dicing fresh legs. I also used turkey stock made from the bones of the roasted turkey, which I highly recommend.
My husband thought some more raisins would be good, whole instead of pureed with the apples.

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kadiprimo January 18, 2012

This was just wonderful! I prepared as posted until step 13, when I pureed half of the sweet potato and broth mixture and then added it back to the pot along with the apple puree. Thank you so much.

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Chef Jean Louise January 01, 2009

AWESOME SOUP!!! So rich, so much flavour. I love this soup. I didn't have any turkey so I used chicken thighs, and I used golden raisens and a dark ale. I'll be making this one for the cafe soon. Thanks.

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Bridge Street Cafe November 08, 2008

This is an awesome soup! I decided to try this as I was intrigued by the combination of ingredients...who would have thought beer and raisins??? No one flavour comes through...they all meld together so so beautifully. Thank you for sharing this great soup! I know it will be made a few times this winter.

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luvcook'n November 02, 2008
Curried Turkey, Apple and Sweet Potato Soup