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Turkey Soup: Three Unique Ways to Transform Your Leftovers

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turkey soup recipeTurkey soup is a great way to transform your leftover turkey into a delicious and satisfying meal. We have a great selection of turkey soup recipes to chose from, with flavors that will appeal to everyone in your family. If you’re not quite ready to eat all that turkey just yet, all of these recipes freeze very well. On a busy winter night, you’ll be glad to have these delicious soups ready to go in your freezer!

Turkey chowder is a smooth and creamy turkey soup, that’s satisfying and hearty–just the thing after a cold day outdoors.

Turkey noodle soup is a slight spin on the classic, with traditional comfort food flavors. The best part about this one is that it’s a cinch to make!

Turkey chili with roasted red peppers and squash has a little bit of spice and the unexpected flavors of pumpkin. Transform your leftover Thanksgiving turkey with this surprisingly tasty chili.

For a complete round-up of excellent leftover turkey recipes, click here.

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Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell write the blog Brooklyn Supper, dedicated to seasonal ingredients and wholesome home cooking. Read bio and latest posts → Read Elizabeth's latest posts →

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  1. [...] and I have 3 satisfying, hearty and filling recipes, turkey noodle soup, turkey chowder, and turkey chili with squash with and roasted red peppers.  [...]

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