10 Reviews

I tweeked this recipe a bit and it turned out excellent. First, boxed rice is probably not going to give this soup the flavor and consistency it desires. I used real mixed wild rice. I cooked it seperately on its own. I then followed the rest of the recipe ingredients except I added a bit of chopped carrot and did not include the sherry or marjoram as I did not have it on hand. I doubled the chicken stock since real wild rice needs more liquid than this recipe calls for. In the end it was rich, not too thick but great tasting! I also used fresh herbs (parsley, thyme) vs. dried. It was wonderful...would make it again and again....

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north66 February 06, 2013

I had to add a 49 ounce can of chicken broth at the end!!! when I cooked the rice when it was done, it was thick and almost like a rice dish. So I panicked and threw in the chicken broth to make a "soup" and not a side rice dish. When I put my turkey in...there was absolutely no broth at all. It tasted great after that, but I did not need the stress of "no broth " in a soup. I had to make some last minute changes..I will not make this again.

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gmatthews November 24, 2012

Very yummy! Made it just like the recipe. My 4-yr-old who has never liked soup loved it and said I should make it every day! Not sure I like it quite that much, but I'll definately make it again...maybe try it in the crockpot.

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rthompson503 January 06, 2011

From Wannabechef January 21, 2010 Made this receipe with a few changes. I didn't add the sherry or soy sauce (I forgot) and skipped the egg yolk. I also made extra broth and cooked the wild rice in the broth with carrots. When I added the heavy cream I added the sauted mushrooms and onions, I also added celery. I didn't have the tyme so didn't add but added a teaspoon of monreal chicken seasoning. I gave some to two friends and they along with my husband are still raving about it. " It is the best soup you ever made". It is definately a keeper.

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melville.pam23 January 21, 2010

Excellent! Easy to make and delicious. It's a perfect way to use left over turkey. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Hadice January 08, 2010

My husband and I made this only because we had the ingredients on hand and my husband loves wild rice. We were really not expecting to love it as much as we do. It is wonderful!

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Rebecca Bowman November 07, 2007

I totally agree with Bippie, this turkey and wild rice soup is just amazing. Made it with the stock from the bones of our Thanksgiving turkey. I did not add the egg yolk and just threw everything together in one big pot because I was just burnt out from making my first Thanksgiving dinner and didn't want to do any thing. The result was absolutely delightful.

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Pinaygourmet #345142 October 13, 2007

Amazing! I started the ingredient list from the top and added everything into the crockpot without pre-cooking. I used a 4.2 oz package of long grain and wild rice blend and left out the egg yolk and soy sauce. Put this on low for 4 hours, then added a mix of 1TBS corn starch and 2 TBS water to thicken it up. Let that thicken for another hour and ate almost half by myself. Thanks for a very tastey and warming soup.

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Bippie April 12, 2007

Great soup. I used some dried wild mushrooms I had on hand, and a wild rice blend, not a pre-seasoned mix, so had to cook it about an hour. I also added a chopped carrot, and a chopped celery stalk. This is a nice fall dinner, with some homemade bread. Thanks for posting this!

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Outta Here October 15, 2006

I made this yesterday afternoon and let it simmer for about an hour or so. I did make some adjustments though wich included leaving out the dry sherry, the marjoram, the sage and the soy sauce. I used about 4 cups of chicken that was boiled in Tony's, garlic, salt and pepper. I strained my broth and used it for my base. By the time I was done I did use the 2 1/3 cups of water but I ended up using about 5 cups of broth. It does thicken quite a bit when you chill it so I added the last cup of broth before I put it in the fridge...when I heated it up for lunch today it was perfect. Thanks for a great recipe. I will make this one again!

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Tmisen2980 October 08, 2004
Turkey and Wild Rice Soup