Saturday, November 28, 2009


I hope that you all have spend some lovely time and a memorable feast. After that lovely time I know many of you are worrying about those leftover. As you know I always want my friend to be stress free so I came up with a wonderful thanksgiving leftover recipe. I hope this leftover delicious healthy soup will soon be your chart topper.

Homemade or
canned chicken
or turkey broth 6cups
Carrot 2 peeled and minced
Fresh corn niblets 1½ cup
Cherry tomato 1 pint
Vegetable oil 1 tsp
Green onion ¼ cup
Garlic chopped 2 tsp
Chipotle pepper
(canned) 1 tsp finely chopped
Cooked Turkey 1 cup shredded
Lime 2
Ripe avocado 1
Mayonnaise 2 ½ tbsp
Fresh cilantro 2 tbsp finely chopped


In a large pan dry roast the cherry tomatoes over high heat. Then set aside in a small bowl. Repeat the process with corn until lightly charred. Keep it in a bowl. Now in that pan give vegetable oil then sauté onion ( don’t use the dark green ends we will need it for garnish),garlic and chipotle peppers, carrots in medium flame. Now add the stock and shredded turkey bring to boil then reduce the heat to simmer. Chopped roughly the roasted tomatoes and then add it with roasted corn. Season with salt and pepper. Your delicious healthy Mexican flavored soup is ready to serve . But before doing it take a bowl then mashed the avocado, add juice of half lime, mayonnaise, chopped cilantro and salt and pepper. Whisk the whole thing into a fine creamy mixture your avocado cream is ready. Serve the soup in bowl and then topped it with avocado cream. Garnish with chopped dark green onion and few wedges of lime. Now your delicious healthy soup is ready to serve. For another delicious recipe visit 5 star Makeover.

Turkey Soup on Foodista


Anonymous said...

What a delicious soup, great use of thanksgiving leftovers! Please let me know if you would like to submit them for my 5 Star Makeover event -

Heavenly Housewife said...

I hope you had a super happy and fun thanksgiving. This is a great take on turkey leftovers, its very fresh and healthy. Perfect!

My Little Space said...

I don't celebrate thanksgiving as you did but the recipe sounds inviting to me. Great job! I'm sure others need this for their leftover too. Have a wonderful festive holiday. Cheers.