There are so many ways to use up leftover turkey, the first being to simply warm it up and eat it the way you did on Thanksgiving.
This soup is another quick way to use up some of those leftovers. It’s both simple to prepare and quick to eat, plus it travels well if you have a thermos or insulated container.
How To Make All Soup
Soups are pretty straight forward. There’s pretty much no way to really screw it up. Just throw some meat and vegetables in a pot, along with some homemade bone broth. Allow enough time to let the meat & veggies cook or at least come to the same temperature on the stove top. Add sea salt and any herbs or seasonings that you’d like.
Then determine whether you want your soup to be creamed or not. If you do, transfer that mixture in batches to a blender. Or even simpler, if you own an immersion blender just stick that stick in the pot you cooked everything in and blend blend blend until smooth.
If you don’t mind lumps of vegetables and meat in your liquid, then this soup is right up your alley!
Leftover Meat Makes It Simple
Now that there is loads of leftover turkey in our fridge, I could head to the kitchen right now and whip up a quick batch of this soup, using turkey instead of waiting for the chicken to cook, and call it a night.
When the temps start getting colder in Chicago, that’s when I start whipping out the bone broth and soup recipes. So far those temps haven’t shown their ugly head but now I’ve got you covered with this paleo soup, when the cold winds come knocking on your door.