Chicken soup, move over - turkey soup is just as delicious, and there¿s usually plenty of meat leftover from the Thanksgiving bird. You can keep it simple and traditional, or give it an ethnic spin with Mexican, Thai, or Indian ingredients and seasonings. Whip up a batch and freeze it for lunches or dinners during the coming week.
The flavors of Tuscany blend together in this delectable stew recipe that uses leftover turkey with cannellini beans and carrots for a dinner that's on the table in less than 30 minutes.
This twist on standard chili combines ground turkey, sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, white beans, tomato paste, and a host of spices into a chunky soup recipe that's ready in a snap.
This white chili with ground turkey recipe doesn't have tomatoes, but it has plenty of heat from fresh jalapenos. Gauge the hotness with the number of peppers you add.
Add canned beans, hominy, and tomatoes to light sausage for this easy, off-the-shelf version of posole (poh-SOH-leh), a hearty Mexican soup.
Use leftover Thanksgiving turkey and frozen vegetables to make this quick-to-the-table main dish soup.
For a traditional Italian trattoria presentation, purchase a wedge of Parmesan cheese and use a vegetable peeler to cut wide shavings of cheese to garnish the soup.
Call on this thick and chunky soup with extra veggies when you need a satisfying meal on a cold wintry day.
This wintertime dish looks like navy bean soup, but tastes like a mild-flavored chili. It's topped with a spicy Mexican salsa that's made with tomatillos.
Bottled salsa saves you the effort of chopping tomatoes, onions, and peppers for this spicy turkey chili recipe.
Turkey sausage helps keep this soup low in calories and fat yet still hearty enough for lunch or dinner.
This slow-cooker meal packs a few servings of eggies and loads of protein for a mere 155 calories per serving. Serve up with a hearty slice of bread to complete this skinny comfort food meal.
The crisp crunch of coleslaw adds extra texture to this warm and hearty bean soup recipe. To save time, use coleslaw mix found in the produce section.
This low calorie slow cooker turkey soup is loaded with vegetables.
Pistou, a blend of basil, garlic, Parmesan cheese, and olive oil, is the French counterpart of Italian pesto. It adds a burst of fresh flavor to this soup, which makes use of leftover turkey.
This fast and easy low-calorie soup uses a mix of ground beef and ground turkey to keep the fat content low. Serve it for a party--it makes enough for 12.
Packaged turkey meatballs turn chili into a 30-minute recipe. For added interest, it's made with three kinds of beans--kidney, pinto, and black.
You need only six ingredients and 20 minutes to prepare this hearty soup. If you like, substitute ground beef for the turkey.