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Thread: Turkey Wild Rice Soup

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    Super Member dglvr's Avatar
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    I made a Turkey over the weekend and made this soup that turned out soooo good. Thought I'd share the recipe
    Cook 1 box Wild Rice as directed on box. (I used Uncle Bens)
    As that is cooking
    Saute in butter
    1 onion
    2 celery ribs
    2 carrots
    After its tender start stirring in a 1/2 cup flour
    gradually add 2 cans of chicken broth then boil 1 minute then reduce heat. When rice is done add it to that mixture then add 1 quart of half n half and 2 cups turkey or however much turkey you want to add. Stir in 1 teaspoon Parsley and 1 teaspoon salt and pepper. Let cook for about 5 minutes then its done.
    Enjoy

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    That sounds good and easy.
    I would have to wait until after thanksgiving to try this.

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    Thanks for the recipe - love wild rice soups

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    Sounds delicious.

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    Thanks, I made a turkey the other day too, I'm gonna try this!

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    Thanks for the recipe; sounds scrumptious. Now that kids are grown & gone I need recipes for leftover turkey.

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    that sounds really good thanks for sharigng.

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    thanks for sharing. I'm going to try it!! Sounds so comforting. Will be nice for a rainy day!! If we ever have a rainy day!!

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    Super Member dglvr's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker
    thanks for sharing. I'm going to try it!! Sounds so comforting. Will be nice for a rainy day!! If we ever have a rainy day!!
    Yeah I wish we'd have some rainy days here. I'm afraid if it rains right now it won't be rain though. It would probably be that white stuff. YUK. Well its a good recipe to have when it does though. :thumbup:

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