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Creamy Grilled Turkey Soup

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Creamy Grilled Turkey Soup

Creamy Grilled Turkey Soup

 

It’s been super cold outside lately.  This recipe I love because it warms the tummy and because half of it cooks without me having to stand over the stove.  Hope you enjoy!
creamy grilled turkey soup

 

After you clean and season turkey chops, grill away while you make the soup!

grilled turkey chops

I used a roux in order to add a little thickening to my soup. 

butter and flour roux

 Word to the wise: Watch these two together and stir!

mixedroux

 

I added the heavy whipping cream to give it some creaminess.

Frozen veggies joined the party after a while.

add frozen veggies to soup

Then all you need to do is add the grilled turkey chops.  Or...keep it veggie!

 

Servings: 2 grown people, 1 teen and 2 little people (for two days)
Prep Time: 15 mins (Realistically, with kids around maybe 30 mins)
Cook Time: 45 mins -1 hour (Winner! You can walk away and do other things while this simmers)
Total Time: 1hour (Realistically, maybe 1.5 hours with kids around)

 

Ingredients:

¼ cup of flour with
4 Tbls butter
3 cups Heavy whipping cream
2 cups chicken stock
1 ½ tsp salt
2 tsp garlic powder
¼ tsp pepper
1 cup frozen carrots
1 cup frozen string beans
 
8 Shady Brook Farms Turkey Chops
Butter/olive oil for grilling
Tony Chachere’s Famous Creole Seasoning (I absolutely cannot cook without)
Garlic powder
Onion pepper
Lemon pepper
Or whatever seasonings of your choice
 

Directions:

 
  1. Season turkey chops (as you choose)
  2. Grill turkey chops on George Foremen
  3. In a pot melt butter then add flour.  Stir until flour and butter are mixed
  4. Add heavy whipping cream, chicken stock, salt, garlic powder and pepper.
  5. Let sauce simmer for 30-45 mins. Stir occasionally.
  6. Add frozen veggies.
  7. Add grilled, chopped turkey chops.

 

*Note: If you would like a thicker soup add two tablespoons of flour to steaming cup and half of water.  Stir the flour and hot water mixture until evenly combine.  Add the thickening mixture to your soup sparingly until you feel you have the right thickness.

 

What’s For Dinner Wednesday from PTSY, supporting children in mind AND body!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s been super cold outside lately.  This recipe I love because it warms the tummy and because half of it cooks without me having to stand over the stove.  Hope you enjoy!

 

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