Turkey Bacon Tomato Soup. The flavours of a turkey club sandwich, deliciously blended into a hearty, comforting soup using the leftovers from a roast turkey dinner.
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Today’s recipe is for one of my favourite soups, often made a day or two after a roast turkey dinner. The Parmesan Herb Crackers are a very tasty addition to this meal.
If you are a big soup fan, you my want to try our most popular recipe for Newfoundland Pea Soup with Doughboys.
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- 2 lbs cooked cubed turkey
- 8 slices thick cut smoked bacon
- 5 cups turkey stock
- 5 cups tomato juice
- 3 large carrots sliced
- 2 large parsnip sliced
- 4 stalks celery chopped
- 1 cup chopped fennel bulb
- 3 cloves minced garlic
- 1 large red or white onion chopped
- 2 large tomatoes chopped
- 4 tbsp olive oil
- 4 tbsp dried savoury
- 1 tbsp oregano
- 1 tbsp marjoram
- Salt and pepper to season
- ½ tsp cayenne pepper, optional
- ½ cup lentils
- To make the turkey stock for this soup I use the bones of a cooked 10 lb turkey. Break the carcass apart and cover them with water in a large pot. Boil gently for about an hour and remove all the bones from the pot. Skim off excess fat from the surface. For this recipe I like to reduce the stock to about 5 cups to concentrate the flavour so return the pot to the stove and continue to boil to reduce the amount of stock if necessary.
- Cut the bacon in small pieces and cook slowly to crisp over medium low flame, rendering out as much of the fat as possible. Drain off all the fat and deglaze the pan with a little turkey stock and add to the soup pot.
- Sauté all the vegetables and garlic, except the tomatoes, in the olive oil for about 5 minutes over medium high heat. Deglaze the pan with a little turkey stock and add to the soup pot along with the sautéed vegetables.
- Add all other ingredients except the tomatoes and cooked turkey to the soup pot and simmer slowly for 30 minutes. Add the turkey and tomatoes and simmer for an additional 10 minutes or until the lentils are cooked.
Serving Size1 serving
Amount Per Serving Calories 314 Saturated Fat 2g Cholesterol 56mg Sodium 388mg Carbohydrates 26g Fiber 6g Sugar 9g Protein 23g
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