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Southwestern Turkey Soup

Something interesting to do with leftover turkey.

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45mins
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  • In a large pot over medium heat, combine turkey, broth, canned tomatoes, green chiles, fresh tomatoes, onion, garlic, lime juice, cayenne, cumin, salt and pepper.
  • Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Stir in avocado and cilantro and simmer 15 to 20 minutes more, until slightly thickened.
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  1. Christalina
    This is the best soup! It has just the right amount of kick and zing! I added a carrot and a zucchini and left out the fresh tomatoes. I also added brown rice. I will make this over and over again :) Thank you Mirj! It's fabulous!
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  2. Masala Mama
    Great fun recipe - I changed it but the basic elements are fantastic!!!
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  3. Babs in Toyland
    Yum - this was delicious. I used fresh cilantro and threw in some shredded cheese before serving and everyone loved this soup. Thanks for another great one Mirj!
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  4. Miss Annie
    Mirj, I used your recipe for Don't Throw Away That Turkey Carcass for the broth. Instead of the Roma tomatoes and chiles I used Rotel. The soup was fantastic!! I used another avacado, sliced in thin slivers for garnish. This was wonderful! Thanks for another turkey soup recipe in my book.
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  5. Carla1
    This is very easy to make & a delightful twist on the old, tired, traditional turkey soup. I spiced it up a bit more with more than was requested amounts of the spices, chili powder & bottled "Southwest Seasoning". I used a fair anount of salt & served it with tortilla strips on top. My whol family loved it!
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