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Nov 26, 2006 06:19 PM

Tasty turkey stock - now what?

What kind of soup do you like to make with it?

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  1. LAst week I made turkey noodle with home made noodles. It was very tasty.

    1. Last night I used mine to make a basic turkey noodle soup, too:
      I heated the broth, added onion, celery, fresh thyme and carrots until they were soft, then added the leftover turkey meat and egg noodles. Delicious. I have in the past made one from Cook's Illustrated with Linguica and kale that was quite good.

      1. Sweet potato soup works well. I start with a trinity of onions, celery and carrots, sweat in olive oil until soft. Add a li' garlic and the stock. Add the diced sweet potato, simmer until soft. Puree. Serve with a little truffle oil and/or a sprig of thyme.

        1. Check out the post about Jook...I might try making Turkey Gumbo right now at sons' requests but I have leftover stock and am intrigued with cooking rice and fresh ginger in the stock as described, not sure if it will work but may try it...a bit healthier than the gumbo, I think!

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          1. re: Val

            I just went to the Chinese grocery and I'm READY for jook!