Leftover Turkey Soup with Rice



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This Leftover Turkey Soup with rice and fresh vegetables is easy to make and full of flavor. The easiest way to use up your Thanksgiving leftovers!

After a whole day of cooking the Thanksgiving feast, it is nice to know we will have leftovers that I can use to make simple dinners for days. Like this Leftover Turkey Soup with Rice. It’s delicious and comforting! This soup is a family favorite around here, especially with our kids. We like a break from noodles once in a while, but feel free to use wide egg noodles in this recipe, in place of rice.


  • leftover turkey meat: I used a mix of white and dark
  • butter
  • olive oil
  • vegetables: carrots, celery, onion, garlic
  • stock: I used my turkey stock made from the leftover carcass
  • herbs: thyme, rosemary
  • rice: I used white long grain

leftover turkey soup ingredients 1 Leftover Turkey Soup with Rice

How to make Leftover Turkey Soup?

  • Start by chopping vegetables.
  • Heat up oil in a soup pot.
  • Add…

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