SteampunkyElf's Comforting Turkey Soup

SteampunkyElf's Comforting Turkey Soup (Photo: Tookapic)

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PhillyBite10Cooking 101 - Let's face it, we have many long cold days ahead until it's springtime. So why not pass the time while curled up under a warm blanket, and enjoying the comforts of a nice bowl of hot soup. And while it cooks, you can watch the snow falling outside with your loved ones as the savory and inviting scent of a home cooked meal surrounds you.


recipe bookYou will need a few items and ingredients in order to get this started. To make the soup, you'll need a slow-cooker, Bone Broth SteampunkyElf Style, a soup ladle, saute pan, cooking spoon, pasta spoon, a separate pot to boil pasta in, pasta strainer, boxed pasta (any brand, I used egg noodles), and McCormick's Molasses Bacon Spice.

Ingredients:

  • 8 cups of Bone Broth SteampunkyElf Style
  • 3 cups Water
  • 1 pound Ground Turkey Meat
  • 1 tablespoon Olive Oil
  • 1 tablespoon McCormick's Molasses Bacon Spice (to braise the turkey meat)
  • 2 cups Radishes, washed, tops/ends removed and cut into coins
  • 2 ½ cups carrots, peeled and cut into coins
  • 1 ½ cups Kale (frozen vegetables)
  • 1 pound of pasta, cooked per box directions
  • ¼ cup McCormick's Molasses Bacon Spice (for the soup)

Directions:

rsz turkey soup1. Using your saute pan, blossom the olive oil and 1 tablespoon of McCormick's Molasses Bacon Spice on medium heat for 2 minutes.
2. Add in the ground turkey meat and braise for 4 minutes.
3. Remove from the heat, and place inside of your crock-pot.
4. Add in the Bone Broth SteampunkyElf Style, water, radishes, carrots, kale, and ¼ cup McCormick's Molasses Bacon Spice and set for 2 hours on high heat and place lid on top.
5. In a separate pot, prepare the pasta per directions on the box, drain the pasta, shock it, and set to the side*.

Once the soup is done the cooking, combine the pasta into the crock-pot, and voila! A very simple and mildly flavored comfort food to enjoy by yourself, or with family and friends on a cold winter's day. It will warm you up and alleviate the notably chilly night outside as you enjoy this easy home-cooked meal. And as always I wish you a very enjoyable cooking experience; from my home to yours.

fireThis is done to prevent the pasta from soaking up the bone broth. It will later be added to the crock-pot after the soup has cooked for 2 hours. You can make the pasta ahead of time, or just before you need to add it in. If you prepare it earlier, I suggest put the shocked pasta in a bowl and add 1 teaspoon of olive oil and toss until all of the pasta is coated, then cover it and place inside the fridge until the soup is ready.

About The Author
Amaris Pollock
Author: Amaris Pollock
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About Me
I'm self-taught and I adore creating new recipes or taking an old favorite and adding a new twist. Also, I frequently utilize alcohol because it brings a more robust flavor to whatever meal or baked goods I create. I hope that you enjoy my recipes, and feel free to ask a question or comment below!
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