Amish Potpie with Turkey Wings
In Amish cookery, potpie is a poultry soup with noodles. Turkey wings add lots of flavor to the broth. Make the broth ahead, and skim the fat from the surface. Cutting the turkey wings at the joints makes it easier to lay them flat in the pan for even browning. The turkey meat and broth are stored separately because the broth needs to cool to room temperature before being placed in the refrigerator to keep the steam from warming up the fridge. The turkey needs to be chilled as soon as possible, though. Make sure the broth mixture is boiling before adding the noodles to cook them properly.