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Recipe: Post-Thanksgiving Turkey Vegetable Soup - Recipes from The Kitchn

Recipe: Post-Thanksgiving Turkey Vegetable Soup - Recipes from The Kitchn
From The Kitchn - November 24, 2017

While Thanksgiving is hands-down my favorite holiday of the year, there is one thing I look forward to even more than our family feast: the day-after turkey soup. Whether I was the one cooking or was sent home with a generous pile of meat, a hearty pot of turkey and vegetable soup has been my tradition for nearly all of my adult life. It's the sort of light (yet still comforting) fare that's always nice to tuck into the day after a big meal.

Dice Up Extra Veggies While Prepping Thanksgiving Dinner

As all post-Thanksgiving meals should be, this one comes together with little time and effort. The most this soup will ask of you is chopping vegetables and dicing or shredding the leftover turkey. Want to make it even easier? If you are cooking Thanksgiving dinner, add a few more onions, carrots, and celery to the pile for dicing while you are prepping for other dishes. It only takes a few minutes and it will save you from doing the same again in a couple days. Store the diced veggies in a zip-top bag in the fridge until you are ready to simmer your soup.

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