Turkey Noodle Soup
Comfort food for the holidays! Use your leftover turkey for this Noodle Soup recipe or you can also substitute shredded chicken!
This post is sponsored by Dorot and Pop & Cook. All opinions expressed are 100% my own!
I’m a little disappointed that I can only find good turkeys in the store around Thanksgiving. I mean, where are the turkeys the rest of the year?
Off on some farm getting fat I’m sure…
So, this time of year, we eat a lot of turkey. Today’s recipe is the perfect solution if you find yourself with some leftovers this Thanksgiving. It’s such an easy recipe to toss together, and it feeds a crowd! A hungry, football watching, crowd.
I love to cook up a few extra turkeys, shred the meat, and keep it in freezer bags until I’m ready to use. You can also substitute chicken if you want, for a delicious homemade Chicken Noodle soup.
While turkey is readily available, I have a hard time finding fresh herbs this time of year. I grow my own in my garden, but by this season, they are wilted and unavailable.
Have you seen the frozen herbs in your grocery store yet? They come in mini trays (like an ice cube tray) perfectly measured and ready when you are! At Walmart, you can find them under the name of Pop & Cook, and elsewhere they go by the name Dorot. The Pop & Cook are in the purple packages, the Dorot are in the red packages…keep your eye out for these in your grocers’ freezer section!
I’m so excited to keep these in my freezer to have when I’m ready to cook! They come in delicious varieties like crushed garlic, chopped chili, crushed ginger, chopped cilantro, and chopped basil. To use in today’s soup recipe, I just popped them straight from the freezer to the soup! Easy, no chopping, no running to the store for fresh herbs. Keep them in YOUR freezer!
**I have been selected to be a brand ambassador for Dorot and Pop & Cook. I have been compensated for my time. All opinions expressed are 100% my own!**