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Turkey and Pasta Soup

Turkey and Pasta Soup

This is a really hearty bowl of soup – It’s a  beautiful Turkey and Pasta Soup that will fill you up when you need it and warm you up on a cold day. A good time to make this Turkey and Pasta Soup would probably be after boxing day –  you will get away from cooking a long dinner and the taste is amazing too without all the extra hard work.

I always buy a large turkey although my family only eat the white meat – well that’s okay by me as I can find plenty of uses for the rest of the meat. Besides, if I buy just the crown of turkey it seems to  double in price, so why do that when I can buy the whole turkey? I cut the legs off for a stew, then the wings for some soup, and I end up with a lovely crown. This way everyone is happy!

It is easy to miss out at Christmas –  all the good programmes on TV, playing games with the family etc as you can end up stuck in the kitchen preparing the feast – if you make this soup on boxing day, then you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy all the stuff going on at this time of year, as well as eating all the nuts that no one really wants! (I could say chocolates but that is one thing I’m not so keen on – no matter how special they are!)

Enough of me….  grab your self a glass and let’s cook:

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Turkey and Pasta Soup
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Course Soup
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 35 minutes
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Course Soup
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 35 minutes
Servings
portions
Ingredients
Votes: 1
Rating: 5
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Instructions
  1. In a large deep soup pan, add all the ingredients except the pasta, then bring to the boil, then lower the heat down to medium then let everything cook.
  2. After 20 mins have a look to see if the meat is cooked, if so, remove it from the bone and replace in the pot.
  3. Add the pasta, then remove the lemon and squeeze out the juice.
  4. Bring back to the boil then turn the heat off.
  5. Serve with crusty bread, or you can top it with shredded cheese. Yummy.
Recipe Notes

You could substitute chicken for the turkey.

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