Don’t throw your turkey bones away after Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. You’ve got the perfect base for homemade soup. Loaded with nutritious ingredients, Turkey Soup with White Beans and Kale is a great way to get back on track if you’ve been over indulging. But don’t let the healthy stuff fool you, this soup is also delicious and filling.
This easy recipe is not traditional Egg Drop Soup. Instead, it’s made with store bought broth, slices of brown mushrooms and tender strips of chicken. But just like the traditional version, Egg Drop Soup with Chicken and Mushrooms is super quick to make. And, it contains only a few very common ingredients.
Carrot and Ginger Soup is silky smooth with a vibrant colour and a hint of warm spicy sweet ginger. There are very few ingredients in this speedy to make comforting soup and it’s thickened naturally with pureed carrots so there’s no gluten or dairy. And it’s budget friendly too, made with ingredients easily found year round.
There are so many interesting ways to use up leftover turkey but sometimes the traditional favourites are best. Homemade turkey soup is probably the most popular. Adding some noodles to slurp up just makes Turkey Noodle Soup that much more fun to eat . And what could be more comforting on a chilly day?
You can make a thick hearty soup without using thickeners like flour or cornstarch. Potatoes do the job easily. Loaded Baked Potato Soup is actually gluten free. And adding cheese and sour cream not only adds to the thickness but also ramps up the deliciousness factor.