Creamy Turkey Soup


Creamy Turkey Soup

A great use of leftover turkey, vegetables, noddles and more this Creamy Turkey Soup is easy to put together and tastes delicious!

Prep Time:25 minutes

Cook time:25 minutes

Ingredients:
1 cup minced Celery
1/4 cup Butter
1 cup Onion, mined
2 cups Carrots, diced
1/4 cup Wondra
7 cups Turkey Broth, divided
2 cups Milk
1 tsp No Salt Cajun Seasoning
1/2 tsp White Pepper
1/8 tsp Cayenne Pepper
1 tsp Dried Parsley
3 cups Cooked Turkey, chopped
8oz Wide Eggs Noodles

Directions:


• Sauté onions, celery and carrots in the butter until soft, but not brown.
• Add Wondra and mix well.
• Gradually add in 2 cups of turkey broth, and the milk.
• Cook until thickened, stirring constantly.
• Add in remaining broth, stir.
• Stir in remaining ingredients.
• Simmer 10-12 minutes until the egg noddles are tender, stir occasionally.

Makes 9 cups of Creamy Turkey Soup

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Comments

  1. OH THAT IS GOOD.
    YEAH OH SO GOOD.
    CHITLINS IN THERE S. TOO?
    AT ALL S?
    STUFFING S.
    WITH
    GRAVY ON THE SIDE.
    CARVER MASSACHUSETTS
    FRESH CRANBERRIES
    and CRANBERRY SAUCE.
    JUST ADD
    A LITTLE (MORE.) VODKA.

  2. What is wondra? this soup looks amazing and I love soup so I will be making this after I figure out what wondra is lol!

  3. Looks Yummy! I’d love to have a bowl minus the noodles right about now..

    My sister used to get Wondera in a shake bottle in Fla or Ca.. but I’ve never seen it in Texas or Ohio.. Not saying they dont sell it here.. just never seen it.. I’ve never looked either to be honest.. I always wished I could find it cuz I remember her making something & shaking some in while the pot was boiling.. I remember thinking.. “Oh great.. we’re gonna have lumpy… whatever it was” and of course, we didnt. 🙂

    • Kim we buy the shake can Wondra here, so you probably have it near you.

      Ann

      • I did a search on it from their website.. it says that 2 local stores carry the shake canister. I’ll have to stop in and check it out one of these days.. I dont normally shop at either store except for specialty items on occasion.

  4. Hi Ann,

    Do you think one could use corn starch instead of Wondra?

    • Barb corn starch or flour are bother thickening agents. I am guessing (just guessing) if you mix it into cold turkey broth before adding (and get rid of the lumps) it will work.

      Ann

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