Creamy Turkey Soup (Crock Pot)

Creamy Turkey Soup (Crock Pot) created by Marg (CaymanDesigns)

Using Turkey Soup #32399 by Leslie Criswell for my inspiration, I created this soup the other night. Very, very yummy!

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8hrs 20mins
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  • Ingredients in turkey stock, besides the leftover turkey parts, were 1/2 Vidalia onion chopped, stalk of celery chopped and 1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley.
  • Combine all soup ingredients, except milk, cream and flour, in crock pot.
  • Use just enough chicken broth to barely cover meat and veggies.
  • Cook on low for 8 hours, or until potatoes and carrots are easily pierced.
  • Combine milk, cream and flour and add to soup.
  • Let cook for approximately 30 minutes more, stirring occasionally to thicken.
  • You can also add any leftover gravy you have.
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"Using Turkey Soup #32399 by Leslie Criswell for my inspiration, I created this soup the other night. Very, very yummy!"

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  1. cgrimm
    I made a few changes. I doubled the carrots & celery, I finely diced both & the half onion. I suggest the potatoes be cut into 1/2" cubes. I found that 4 hours was plenty of cook time, plus one hour with the creamed mixture. Dee-lish-us! I love a good, chunky soup. This fills the bill
  2. jgood35845
    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.
  3. puzzluvr
    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.
  4. woodland hues
    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!
  5. kbmidura
    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!
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