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Homemade Turkey Soup

Homemade Turkey Soup Recipe

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I am sharing¬†this homemade turkey soup recipe with you. My mom usually makes this every Thanksgiving with the leftover turkey meat and it is SOOO GOOD! You can also use leftover chicken. Here it is! Enjoy ūüôā

Ingredients:

  • Cooked Turkey carcass, cut up into bite size pieces
  • 4 Large Carrots, sliced
  • 4 Medium stalks Celery, sliced
  • 1 Medium Onion, chopped
  • Dill, finely chopped
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Pepper
  • 1 Garlic Clove, minced
  • Store Bought Organic Turkey Broth (2-3 cups)
  • Water
  • 1 tsp Olive Oil or Butter
  • (Optional: add noodles or rice at the end)

Directions:

  1. During Thanksgiving, do not throw away the bones, leftover drippings, skin, or giblets. Remove all the unusable turkey meat/bones. These will be used to make the stock. The good turkey meat should be in bit-sized pieces and set aside. Put the bones and rest of the unusable leftovers into a large pot with enough cold water to cover them, cover the pot, and bring it to a boil on high heat. Once boiled, simmer on low heat for 2 hours. (see Step #2) Add salt & pepper and stir occasionally. Skim off any foam and fat. Strain the stock with a fine strainer into a separate bowl.
  2. While the stock is simmering, heat another large pot over medium heat with 1 tsp. olive oil (or butter, whichever you prefer). Add the chopped carrots, onion, and celery. Cook for about 10 minutes and then add the minced garlic and dill. Add your homemade stock to the vegetables along with the store-bought turkey broth (add 2 or 3 cups of the store-bought turkey broth, depending on how much more you need). Return the good turkey meat into the soup. Simmer on low heat for 3 hours, or until vegetables are just cooked through, stirring occasionally. Add more salt & pepper to taste. Enjoy!

Haymarket

This open marketplace is located between the North End and Faneuil¬†Hall right next to the Haymarket T stop. It’s open every weekend, Friday¬†to Saturday, from dawn till dusk.¬†¬†At¬†Haymarket, you can¬†bargain for a¬†variety of fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, cheeses, and flowers.¬† Looking for¬† potatoes,¬†pineapples, pears, or prawns?¬† How about some strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries? They have it all.

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The produce sold here is usually the extra food that did not sell in the grocery store that week.   The fruits and vegetables are very ripe so you have to be careful when picking out the best ones.  They have great bargains and are some of the lowest prices I have found in the city.

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Tip: Shop early for the freshest produce or shop late on Saturday to find cheaper prices.

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Tip: Don’t buy too much at once because it doesn’t last very long

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