So yesterday was quite the day we had a little snow fall in the morning (all the snow already melted) This is normal for Canada haha… I thought it would be the perfect day to make soup! Its such a comfort food, especially this recipe its so rich in flavor! Goodness who doesn’t like sipping on fresh hot soup and looking out the window watching the snow fall! Couldn’t feel cozier
My mom came up with this soup, she seriously comes up with the best soups EVER!
The key to this soup is to boil the turkey for 2 hours its definitely worth the wait!!! So juicy and tender! oh you guys are gonna love it
Homestyle Turkey Noodle Soup Recipe
- 2 Turkey Drumsticks, Rinsed
- 2 Turkey Wings, Rinsed
- 17 Cups water
- 1 Tbsp Salt
- 1 Tbsp Mrs Dash (unsalted)
- 1 Onion, Chopped
- 2 Garlic Cloves
- 6-7 Potatoes, Diced
- Tiny Pinch of Red Chili Pepper Flakes (optional)
- 3 Carrots shredded
- 1 Small Onion
- Capellini (Super thin spaghetti) Broken in half, a handful
- 1 Cup of Chopped parsley, 1 Bunch, Chopped
- Salt to taste
- Add the turkey to a large pot and fill with water just enough to cover the turkey, and add some Mrs dash, Once the water boils let it boil for a couple minutes then drain and rinse the pot and turkey.
- Then put the turkey back in the pot and fill it with 16 cups of water and the chopped onion, garlic, tbsp of Mrs Dash and Salt.
- Turn heat on high, once the water comes to a boil turn heat on low and let it boil for 2 hours, make sure its slightly boiling the entire time.
- Once the 2 hours is up add the potatoes and the pinch of red chili pepper flakes(optional)
- Meanwhile fry the carrots and small onion with 1-2 tbsp oil, fry until slightly starting to golden brown.
- Slightly boil the potatoes for about 15 minutes, until starting to soften
- Then throw in the handful of the super thing spaghetti and the fried carrots and onions.
- Pull out the 4 turkey pieces and carve out with a knife and throw back in with the bones.
- Cook for 3 minutes then throw in the parsley.
- Let cook for another 2 minutes .
- Salt to taste.
- Serve hot.
What soup is your favorite on a cold gloomy day?:)