Turkey Rice Soup

Tina Bug By Tina Bug, 9th Mar 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2r_qosyr/
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I just made this for dinner last night but it was leftovers so I dont
have the pictures. But I am going to share this recipe with you cause I went
to my local store and they had turkey thighs on sale. I mean I got like 5
packages of turkey thighs for like 70 cents each and they each had 2 big thighs
in it. So the following is the recipe that I used. The only reason I bought so
many was because it was a great deal first off and secondly I have high
cholesterol and turkey is very lean.

Turkey Rice Soup

What you need:

1 pkg turkey thighs (about 2lbs)

2 carrots chopped small

1 large onion diced small

2 stalks of celery died small

10 cups of water

2 cups of precooked rice

What to do:

In a large pot put your turkey thighs and cover them with the water.

Bring to boil and then simmer for 5 hours on low.

Remove the turkey thighs and cool so you can break the meat apart.

While your turkey is cooling measure your remaining broth from the pot and make sure it still measures to 10 cups, if it dosnt add more water.
(the flavor will be good so dont worry about watering it down.

Next put all your chopped veggies into the broth and bring to a boil again.

Making sure your veggies are tender go ahead a add your turkey meat back in and add your rice.

Cook on low for 25 minutes and then serve.

*I dont add salt or anything to this recipe but you can add pepper and salt if you need it.



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author avatar Teila
9th Mar 2014 (#)

Sounds delicious!

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author avatar Songbird B
10th Mar 2014 (#)

Oh this sounds really tasty, Tina. Nice easy recipe too..Thanks for sharing! \0/x

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
10th Mar 2014 (#)

NIce post!

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