March 10, 2010

Tanya's Turkey (or Chicken) Soup

This soup is super easy to make and yummy to eat!
It's hearty and satisfying.
The first time I ever had it the turkey wasn't even in it...and it was still good!
So good, in fact, that I requested the recipe.
I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

18 cups stock ~ you can make your own or use bouillon cubes
4 tsp salt ~ omit if using bouillon cubes
(adjust to taste at the end of cooking time)
1 cup carrots, chopped
1 cup celery, chopped
1 cup onions, chopped
28 oz tin diced tomatoes
¼ cup pearl barley
¼ cup brown lentils
2 Tbsp rice (I use brown)
¼ cup parsley flakes (or use 1 bunch fresh, chopped)
3 cups chopped turkey (or chicken)
1 cup soup noodles ~ I use small shell pasta

Put all ingredients into large pot (except the soup noodles) and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat and simmer, covered, for two to three hours, stirring occasionally ~
Add soup noodles for the last 15 minutes of cooking time.

Enjoy!

Many Blessings, Camille

9 comments:

Joyfulmomofmany said...

Looks yummy, Camille! Thanks for posting this one. I'll definitely try it before it gets too warm for soup.

Sharon said...

This sounds delicious Camille! perfect for the snowy weather we are having :) Oh hurry up Spring!

In regards to the Pie Cherries (or Sour Cherries), they do grow well in this area (SW Colorado) but we mostly order them from:
http://www.bithellfarms.com/

They have wonderful berries too!

Have a blessed evening!

Love,
Sharon

Cinnamon said...

Oh yum!! It makes me want to snuggle up on the couch, with a big fluffy blanket, and take in the smells spreading through my home as the soup simmers on the stove~

Thank you for sharing.

~Cinnamon

Christa said...

The soup looks and sounds delicious.
Is it warming up where you are? We are finally seeing a little Spring. Hopefully it stays.

Christa

Camille said...

Susan ~ I hope you enjoy it! I have found it to be one of the easiest and best soup recipes ~ and it can be doubled and frozen! :)

Sharon ~ More snow?? Hopefully spring is coming soon. :) Thanks for the cherry info...your pies look amazing!!

Cinnamon ~ Soup is definitely comfort food...I hope you get spring soon too! :)

Christa ~ It's been teasing us (the weather)...spring weather one week and cold the next! My cherry blossom tree is ready to bloom, but we had a frost the other morning. Isn't it wonderful when spring finally arrives in earnest?? :)

Have a wonderful day my friends!
Love,
Camille

Teresa said...

Camille,

Finally tried your earlier homemade chicken noodle soup (yes, with homemade stock!) and it was great! We enjoyed it--thanks! And here's the link for that potato soup recipe http://cookingkim.blogspot.com/search?q=potato+soup

Hope you enjoy it:)

J said...

I cannot wait to try this recipe! It looks so yummy! (Great shot, by the way!)

American Home said...

This looks wonderful! Thank you for sharing this recipe. I always enjoy reading your blog. You have a gifted way of uplifting our spirits.
God bless you today!
Donna

Camille said...

Teresa ~ I'm so glad! AND thanks for the link! I love trying new soup recipes. :)

J ~ It is SUPER easy!! I'm making a BIG pot today hoping to have leftovers. ;-) You are a HUGE encouragement to me in the photogrphy department...thanks!

Donna ~ YOU uplifted MY spirits today...thanks so much! Have a wonderful day!!

Blessings,
Camille