Asian Turkey Noodle Soup

Total Time
30mins
Prep
10 mins
Cook
20 mins

this is a great post thanksgiving idea, using your leftover bird.

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Ingredients

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Directions

  1. place noodles in a bowl, add enough boiling water to cover.
  2. let them stand 5 minutes, drain, set aside.
  3. combine stock, soy or fish sauce, ginger, garlic in a large pot.
  4. bring to boil, lower heat and simmer 15 minutes.
  5. remove ginger, discard.
  6. add turkey and noodles.
  7. add scallions, stir to heat through.
  8. ladle into bowls, serve with sprouts, chiles, mint, and lime wedges.
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4 5

I subbed basil for the mint (which was great!), doubled the noodles, minced up a ton of ginger and ended up adding some vinegar and sesame oil at the table to punch up the flavor. In the end, it was quite good. It would be great to add some veggies to this too, shiitake mushrooms would definitely go well.

5 5

I made some turkey stock from our Thanksgiving leftovers, and was looking for a recipe to use it with, along with the pieces of turkey I had saved and cubed, in a recipe that wasn't the "same old..." Well, this was a great choice -- I used the 2 T. of fish sauce, plus added 1 T. of soy sauce. I used Pad Thai packaged rice noodles from the Asian section of our store -- they only needed to be heated up in the soup just before serving. And letting the fresh ginger "steep" in the soup before taking it out made the broth so wonderfully flavorful. I served it with mild and hot chiles on the side, as well as the bean sprouts and lime wedges. This soup got rave reviews -- usually Thanksgiving leftovers taste, well, like Thanksgiving leftovers. Who knew they could make such a different and delicious soup? We loved it!!!

4 5

This was such a nice change from the usual Thanksgiving leftovers and I loved the fact that you could choose your own toppings. I went for all of them but you certainly could just go for a couple and still have a very hearty bowl of soup. I just felt the broth needed a bit more punch for my taste... not a lot, just a touch. Maybe a little bit of curry paste or some lemongrass and a lime leaf simmered in with the broth would have done the trick.