This was fairly bland even though I browned the turkey with added onion and garlic, tripled the amount of herbes de Provence and added them at the end of the turkey-browning process to bloom them a bit before adding the broth, beans and tomatoes. I also used a low sodium broth rather than a "less" sodium one as called for in the recipe, as well as no-salt-added tomatoes and beans, which might have contributed to the blandness. It did improve a bit as flavors melded a day or two later. It was a filling soup, however, and easy to make.
delicious and fast...a few changes 12 oz hot turkey sausage, take out of casing 1 cup chopped onions 3 mined garlic cloves 1 lb cherry tomatoes, cut in half 2 1/2 cups low sodium chicken broth Add on tablespoon olive oil and brown sausage in pot on medium high, remove and drain. Cook onions until translucent ( 3-5 minutes). Add garlic and cook for 30 seconds. Add broth and tomatoes, herbes de provence, bring to boil then simmer until tomatoes are cooked (10 min). Add spinach to pot and cook until wilted. Add salt and pepper to taste Serve.
A very basic Provençal soup - so of course I added extra seasoning to the turkey and sauteed it with several cloves of garlic + onion. Also roasted fresh tomatoes + freshly ground pepper (vs canned). Very filling and easy to make. :)
easy to make, added salt and pepper and an extra shake of seasonings!
Light, fast, tasty, and simple recipe perfect for a busy weeknight. I made a few changes: First, I seasoned the turkey as it cooked with salt, pepper, and some herbes de Provence. I also added a small bit of onion powder to the soup and would consider adding some diced onion with the cooking turkey. Will make again.
I used fire roasted tomatoes instead of the recommendation and added my own onion. It also helps to ensure that your herbs are fresh. I thought the soup was pretty tasty but may have needed a little salt. I also served with shredded parmesan. I thought it was really good!
This is good after considerable seasoning. I added one large clove of minced garlic to the ground turkey. I add a splash of white wine and seasoned with salt, pepper, red pepper flakes and some garlic salt until perfection. Next time i would up the garlic and probably add another can of beans to make it extra hearty.
Super quick and easy. Perfect for a weeknight. The herbes de Provence give it just enough flavor to be interesting but not overwhelming. I used a package of baby spinach so didn't even need to chop.
This soup is certainly quick and easy, but it is lacking in flavor. There are a lot of CL white bean soup recipes that I make over and over and this will not be one of them.
This is a perfect weeknight meal with fresh crusty bread on a cool fall day. Not the most flavorful soup, but easy to make your own and very easy to make. I've even made a double batch a frozen half for another day.
Absolutely bland and tasteless. I'm baffled by the 5 star reviews.
This was good. It was not super-exciting and/or new...but it didn't taste like turkey leftovers, thank goodness!
I love this soup. Since first making it, I now buy an extra-big turkey for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner so that I will have enough for the soup afterwards.
Wonderful Soup ! I am a big soup fan and am always looking to try new recipes. When I prepared I added about tsp more of Herbs de Provence (just because it is my favorite spice - and I really like to taste seasonings in soup) also used frozen spinach (thawed and drained) everything else I did as stated in the recipe. Served is up with crusty bread and a few parmesan cheese shavings in the soup. DELICIOUS!
Wonderful mellow soup for leftover turkey. Whole family loved it.
This is my favorite soup recipe from this website. I didn't find any ground turkey at the store, so I used ground chicken instead. The soup turned out comforting, refreshing, and delicious. The seasoning is great and all the ingredients work well together. Wouldn't change a thing!
I love this recipe and also have been making it since it first appeared. Very hearty and loved by everyone in my household. I do add double the chicken broth & garlic, and always add a splash or two of white wine. When serving, I add freshly shredded parmesan cheese. I always double the recipe as it freezes very well!