- Joined Jul 21, 2010
Does anyone have a good recipe for making soup from a turkey carcus? Just messed up a turkey. Trying to make the best of it.
I would say this is a good basic program. I personally do not like to use a smoked carcus for soup. I will make some stock out of it and then fashion a soup but for me just making soup from the carcus does not meet my taste buds. After simmering the carcus for a few hours I strain everything off and make a soup from the stock so I can adjust the flavorsI just made some tonight. Pretty easy to do...I just made this up. Pull as much meat of the bones that you can and set aside. I chopped mine up real fine. Put the carcus in a large enough stock pot to cover and fill up with water. I simmered it for a couple of hours. Take the carcus out and pour through a strainer, disgarding the solids. Put the liquid back into the pot and back onto the heat. I added chopped celery, carrots, the chopped turkey meat, and wide egg noodles. Boil that until the veggies are soft and the noodles are done. Add salt and pepper. Oh, I forgot that I added a couple of cans of vegetable stock to the pot while the turkey was simmering. This turned out good.
Yes I do. I try to break them up too so as to get at the marrow. Mmmmm.... I made two huge pots of chicken stock over the last couple of days. My house smells like the yummiest chicken soup ever.
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