Turkey Noodle Soup

  • 3sacharm Posted: 12/11/08
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    This is a good, solid recipe. But not exceptional. I will probably make this with my Turkey leftovers, but I can't see making this otherwise. It was a little salty, so I would decrease the salt. There are much better noodle soups.

  • RaggedyCottage Posted: 12/07/08
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    I loved this soup!!! All I had on hand was the "no yolk" egg noodles, and they worked out just fine ... so it would be a great substitute for those who are trying to reduce the amount of cholesterol in their diet. I highly recommend this recipe!!!

  • KeysBet Posted: 11/11/10
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    This recipe game into my email today and since I had some leftover chicken I roasted yesterday I thought it sounded good for a cool Keys evening. It was fast and easy and very good just the way it was, but next time I will add leaks and use barley instead of noodles (my favorite way of making chicken soup). You could even sub white or brown rice. I'm sure it's just as good with turkey. Will make it again soon.

  • DJFrank Posted: 11/29/08
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    I just fixed this soup and it was OUTSTANDING. So easy and very tasty. I will definitely fix again. While I used leftover turkey, I will try chicken next time. My family liked the additional grinds of pepper to each serving. I served with warm rolls and a salad. A perfect meal.

  • mikegallo Posted: 01/19/09
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    i love this recipe. it's so easy and good. I've used chicken and turkey, both work well. It's one of the easiest and best soup recipes I enjoy making.

  • Cindylovesfood Posted: 12/02/08
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    The whole family LOVED it--even the picky children. I added more chicken broth to make this recipe more like a soup instead of a 'stew.'

  • CherylT Posted: 11/18/08
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    This soup was great! I used my homemade turkey stock and leftover turkey. It's a very simple soup which is also low in salt with the homemade stock. Very simple recipe that all should enjoy. I added 2 extra cups of stock and it worked out fine.

  • Ruralcook Posted: 12/12/08
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    Quick and easy soup. Made it with Soy Chicken and even the kids enjoyed it. We like more soup and therefore I increased the broth. It was perfect for a windy and blustery winter lunch.

  • EllenDeller Posted: 11/07/10
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    Good basic recipe with a nice proportion of noodles to vegetables to meat. Used homemade turkey stock (from Honeysuckle neckbones found at W-Mart), added summer squash, dried tomato slivers, dash of red pepper, and some green peas. Great with a small salad and bread or biscuits. Made the night before so flavors could meld, then ladled over cooked noodles right before serving.

  • Annelisa Posted: 11/30/08
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    I liked this recipe. I made my own turkey stock. I also made my own egg noodles, which is fast, easy, and tastes amazing. Egg Noodles Recipe 1 1/4 c. flour 2 eggs 1 tsp salt 3-4 tbls water Mix all ingredients together. Refrigerate 1 hour. Divide into 2 portions. Roll one out into a rectangle with 1/8 in thickness. Cut into 1/8 in strips. Repeat with remaining dough. Cook noodles in broth for 9-10 min.

  • misocheeky Posted: 10/14/09
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    Way too salty!! Don't add any salt. Or get reduced sodium chicken broth. Will make again with chicken instead of turkey but I'll think I'll add a pinch of onion powder next time. This is a easy standard turkey noodle soup but yes it is good.

  • GabriellaD Posted: 02/02/11
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    I've made this soup twice using the Rich Turkey stock from this site and left-over turkey. I add sliced mushrooms, parsley and fresh thyme. This soup is very easy and tasty for a quick weeknight meal on a cold winter night.

  • avidcooker Posted: 10/20/10
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    After 25 years of marriage i have finally found the perfect chkn/turkey noodle soup. This was outstanding. I did increase broth by 2 cups and added 1 1/2 of water. Tasty,Easy great with crusty bread.

  • Noblefir75 Posted: 03/06/11
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    This soup has been a staple in our house since I first saw this recipe. It is fast and easy to make. Also, it is a great kid-friendly recipe. My 3 year old likes to add cheese on top.

  • kidkopf Posted: 05/18/11
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    Simple and delicious. Good ration of vegetables, meat, noodles. Well Flavored. Liked by all ages here.

  • BrendaSP Posted: 11/26/11
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    I fixed this for dinner tonight with my left over turkey and broth, it was delicious. I added fresh mushrooms and cooked it longer. Very good soup.

  • Kristina Posted: 12/11/11
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    Love the addition of the soy sauce, adds great flavor.

  • thelinz5 Posted: 01/03/12
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    It's an unseasonable cold night here in Florida and this soup was perfect! I bought the ingredients for my teenager to make while I was at work (used rotisserie chicken breast) and it turned out great! She can't wait to make it back at school. I'm making another pot tomorrow to keep on hand until it warms up!

  • jazzwood Posted: 01/26/12
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    This is my go to recipe for Turkey Noodle Soup. Always double and freeze in individual servings so its ready for a quick lunch or easy supper.

  • JillyBurke Posted: 11/25/12
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    This is a delicious and easy recipe and a great way to use leftover Thanksgiving turkey. The soy sauce definitely gives this soup flavor. I want to note that you need 4 oz. of uncooked egg noodles to equal 2 c., not 3 oz. as the recipe suggests.

  • H2OQueen Posted: 03/06/13
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    Beaverton, OR

    Great recipe for a quick, simple dinner. I followed the recipe and it turned out great. You need to use low-sodium chicken broth. I would recommend this to novice cooks because it is very easy to prepare and healthy. I am going to add this to my quarterly recipe rotation.

  • Dialady Posted: 09/20/12
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    Quick,easy, and delicious. We substituted whole wheat egg noodles (didn't even know they made them!) to make this even healthier soup. Sure warmed us up on a chilly fall day. it was tasty which is saying something b/c I often find soups very bland.

  • socorro411 Posted: 11/25/12
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    I made it with the turkey stock from my Apple Cider Brined turkey. I had about 16 cups of stock so increased the other ingredients proportionally. Maybe because I didn't have any salt in the stock I did not think it was too salty but I did have difficulty getting the carrots and celery cooked enough. I'd make it again but perhaps saute the vegtables more and my husband doesn't like black pepper so leaving it out may have made it bland.

  • Musselman Posted: 12/01/13
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    Really easy, but oh, so good. I simmered the soup a half hour before adding noodles, then added the noodles just 12 minutes (per package) before serving. I also added parsley.

  • sohacomom Posted: 10/02/13
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    This was surprisingly delicious. The soy sauce as a lovely depth. My kids loved it. Went very well with a salad and biscuits. Will be on our rotation

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