When it's just raining and storming outside, a little sunshine on your plate will not only warm you up, but cheer you up as well! The local market had large boneless turkey breasts for sale, and I knew I could use one of them for a two meals.
So I took part of the turkey, cut it in small bites, and made some soup of it, with a variety of root vegetables, that are in season right now. I also used tomatoes in it, to give it more texture and stew like consistency, add some herbs to the basic soup, and serve it with some garlic bread. And I have to say, it was really tasty!
If you want to make a vegetarian version of it, just use some beans for protein.
I love making, and eating, soups. It always ends up being a bit 'I'll add this to it, I wonder if this would fit in there..' experience. Don't be afraid to let your creativity loose in the kitchen.
I hope you enjoy the turkey soup, have a great weekend y'all!
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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