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    Turkey Noodle Soup

    Okay, this is almost the last of the turkey and I'm actually NOT tired of eating turkey yet.
    Simmered the thigh's and 1 leg (Cathryn and I ate the other one while the soup was cooking) in water, poultry seasoning, salt and pepper until the meat came off the bone. I then removed the bones and skin.

    Once the meat was tender and off the bone I added celery, onions and carrots.

    After another 30 minutes the vegetables are done and it's time to add the noodles. I used Ziti noodles, cause that's what I had and they turned out great!


    The starch from the noodles thickened the soup up just enough. This is my first of 2 bowls.
    Larry
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    #2
    Looks good, my turkeys all gone

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      #3
      We did the same thing. I didn't have any noodles, so used some rice and turned out good. It got so thick we called it Stoup.

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        #4
        Originally posted by fishin'guy View Post
        Looks good, my turkeys all gone
        You need to buy a bigger bird next year!!!

        Originally posted by LindaT View Post
        We did the same thing. I didn't have any noodles, so used some rice and turned out good. It got so thick we called it Stoup.
        'Stoup', that's funny! My original plan was turkey and dumplings, but the schedule got messed up.........glad it did, really liked the noodles!!!

        I love turkey and rice stoup too!!!
        Larry
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          #5
          NL just finished simmering a pot of Turkey Barley Soup with carrots, potatoes, celery and onions. Used everything but the gobble on this turkey.

          All the best,
          GJ

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