Mom’s Turkey Noodle Soup



Mom’s Old Fashioned Turkey Noodle Soup –
Made With Extra Sprinkles Of Love!

Are you looking for a recipe that nourishes both body and soul? Do you want a meal that will warm your tummy while tasting extra yummy? Put on a pot of Mom’s Turkey Noodle Soup – one of my childhood favorites! It’s healthy – it’s perfect for families stretching their budgets – it’s great for using up leftovers – and it’s delicious!

Ingredients

15-16 Pound Turkey Carcass (containing leftover remnants of meat)
4 Cups Carrots, Coarsely Chopped
4 Cups Celery, Coarsely Chopped
4 Cups Onion, Coarsely Chopped
4 Cups Chicken Stock
1 Package Egg Noodles
2 Tablespoons Ground Black Pepper
2 Tablespoons Paprika
2 Tablespoons Garlic
1/3 Cup Chopped Dried Parsley

Instructions

1. Put the turkey carcass in a large stock pot and cover it with water. Add 1 tablespoon of ground black pepper, paprika, and garlic to the water. Let the turkey carcass, water, and spices simmer for 4 to 6 hours, until the meat falls off of the bones. Set the pot aside and let it cool.

2. Remove the turkey carcass from the water. Remove all of the meat from the turkey carcass and set it aside. Discard the bones.

3. Coarsely chop the turkey and return it to the broth.

4. Add the chopped carrots, onions, celery and chicken stock to the broth.

5. Add 1 tablespoon of ground black pepper, paprika, and garlic plus the chopped dried parsley to the broth.

6. Simmer for 2 hours or until the carrots, onions, and celery or cooked.

7. Add the egg noodles and simmer for 20 to 30 more minutes.

8. Serve with cornbread, biscuits, or your favorite bread!

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55 Responses to “Mom’s Turkey Noodle Soup”

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  1. Kelly L says:

    This was a had to print recipe – every Thanksgiving my husband wants turkey soup and I had no clue.. this is perfect.

    Thanks much!
    Kelly
    I've Become My Mother

  2. Jaimie says:

    OMG I want some Sooooo bad!! I don't have a turkey though.. can you buy turkey from the store?? so i don't havta do all the boiling?? (or you can just ship me some.. im STARVING now.. ) 😉 omgeesuz…

  3. Betty Anne says:

    MMMM your soup looks like just the thing I need on this cold winters day. Thanks so much for the recipe.

  4. Kirsty Vittetoe says:

    Looks yummy! Thanks for the shout out for Pixie, good luck with the draw!

  5. Ms. Jen says:

    Poppin in from Feline Playful. Running a little late in my rounds. So glad we can be friends!

    Hugs – Jen

  6. shah wharton says:

    Hi – lovely blog – I'm here on the hop to follow. Shah. wordsunsync.blogspot.com

    XX

  7. Ross says:

    Soup looks really good and I plan on trying it! Great blog and I'll be back!

  8. craftattack says:

    This sounds soooooooooo good, just like my great auntie used to make, I will definately have a go at it!

  9. karlinchen50 says:

    Hello woww like delicious.
    Hugs Karla

  10. Pam says:

    I make this every Thanksgiving!

  11. Reta says:

    I have turkey soup on my mind too but just haven't been to the store nor defrosed the turkey in the frig. it's been quite cold here and now they're calling for snow today in Maryland. Thanks for putting the soup on your blog too.

  12. 1grown2togo says:

    Love that I found your blog!! Your cats are beautiful!! (<<>>) Found your blog on Tuesday Blog Hop hope you have time to check mine out also!! I am now following you via emails & GFC shariwrigh@aol.com & ShariLynnAlligood)

  13. Mommy D says:

    Just wanted to pop by and say thank you for visiting Mommy D's Kitchen! LOVE THAT SOUP RECIPE!

  14. cheryl@scrapaddict4sure says:

    gotta have egg noodles in my soup ,too.
    thanks for sharing this

  15. BumbleVee says:

    Made some chicken soup just last week with a little chicken carcass… almost the same…. isn't it yummy?

    I love soups in the winter..be back to check out more recipes…

    Vee

  16. Shelley says:

    I came to see your crafting and ended up with a brand-new recipe for my file. Thanks so much!

    Your Feline Playful friend, Shelley

  17. Miz Helen says:

    This Turkey Noodle Soup looks so good. Thank you for sharing and I hope to see you at Full Plate Thursday. Have a great week!

  18. Krafty Kat says:

    What a great soup to make from leftover turkey! Wish I had some today- it's so cold out! Thanks for linking up at Gettin' Krafty With IT!

  19. Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet says:

    OH, yum! This looks like pure comfort food! 🙂

  20. alissa says:

    This looks great – a perfect dinner for a cold night. Thanks so much for linking up with Tasty Tuesdays!
    Alissa

  21. PERMANENT POSIES says:

    Yummy! I made a chicken noodle recently and put English peas in it and it was really plain but good. I didn't have any other veggies on hand at the time. This recipe sounds delicious. I have some left over turkey and just may have to make it tomorrow.

  22. Little Scraps of Heaven Designs says:

    Hopped over from Feline Playful (a little late)
    Great blog.

  23. Jayden's mom says:

    That sounds amazing!

  24. SnoWhite says:

    That looks delicious! And seriously, a huge recipe!

  25. Lisa says:

    My mom is always the one that makes soup for me, but I've never seen her use turkey instead of chicken. I'll have to suggest this next time!

  26. Christy says:

    I could have cried when my sister in law gave the turkey carcass to her cat – i didn't realize that was going on until too late – I love turkey noodle soup! thanks for sharing this with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop!

  27. wacki04@TheKing'sCourt IV says:

    Just made something similar recently with the holidays and leftover turkey! Very yummy!

  28. Miz Helen says:

    I am so excited that you brought your wonderful Turkey Noodle Soup to Full Plate Thursday, I can't wait to try it. Thank you so much for coming today and please come back!

  29. Donnie says:

    That looks like it makes a boatload of soup. Yummy.

  30. Christy says:

    what a perfect recipe…particularly because i still have a turkey carcass in my freezer just waiting to be whipped into something delicious. thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club!

  31. Jen says:

    that soup looks so good, I can almost taste it! thanks for sharing.
    jen @ messhalltobistro.blogspot.com

  32. Lori@Paisley Passions says:

    On a cold day like that, this soup would hit the spot! It looks simply delicious!!! I host a new food linky called, Fun w/ Food Friday. I would LOVE for you to come by and link up some of your DELICIOUS recipes if you have time.

    http://www.paisleypassions.blogspot.com

  33. Lisa says:

    This soup looks so hearty. I love how it's chock full of noodles.

  34. Amy says:

    Lovely blog, lovely recipe. This soup is perfect for this cold weather! So heart warming.

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  35. Sandra says:

    Looks SO good, I'm saving this one too 🙂 You always share great recipes 🙂

  36. Tanya (a Taste of T) says:

    Cant go wrong with homemade soup 🙂

  37. Heather says:

    Wow that looks so tasty! I never thought to use egg noodles in turkey soup. YUM

  38. Young and Crafty says:

    This looks so delicious! Perfect for a rainy cold day!

    Thanks for sharing at FFA!

    Hannah @ http://youngancrafty.blogspot.com/

  39. ~3 Sides of Crazy~ says:

    Cold and rainy here so perfect for today! Thank you for linking them to tailgating time!

  40. Deb in Hawaii says:

    Such a perfect comfort food dish–so full of noodly goodness. 😉 Thanks for sending it to Souper Sundays.

  41. Debbie says:

    Thanks so much for posting to Crock Pot Wednesday at Dining With Debbie. I love your soup idea…we are big on soups at my house:)

  42. Martha (MM) says:

    Yummy and perfect for these cold days! Thanks so much for linking it up for Tailgating Time 🙂

  43. Holly says:

    Just the thought makes me warm and comfy…I want to light a fire and snuggle up and have soup!

  44. Brenda says:

    This reminds me of my childhood Ramona as my Mom used to make a delicious turkey soup. Thank you so much for linking up to Cookbook Sundays. Have a great week!

  45. Esther Joy says:

    Looks like a recipe that Prego would want to steal!

  46. JDaniel4's Mom says:

    This looks delicious! What a great way to use leftovers!

  47. wow..

    incredible.

    🙂

  48. Wanda says:

    There’s not a turkey or roast chicken that comes into our house that doesn’t eventually get made into “turkey frame” soup. It’s just about my favorite part of Thanksgiving.

  49. Anne says:

    My grandson Colton needs this soup! He has been walking around hacking like a 100 year old smoker! The doctor says nothing is wrong with him! Odd cause he had a high fever last night! Duh! I better make this soup! Hugs Anne

  50. PJ says:

    There’s nothing like Turkey Noodle Soup or Chicken Noodle Soup when the weather cools down!!

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