This Creamy Turkey Soup with Quinoa is easy to make and is a healthy and hearty way to repurpose leftover turkey. It tastes great when you make it with chicken too!
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Turkey time is coming which means leftover turkey time is coming! Leftovers are almost even more amazing than the actual main event on Thanksgiving. I’m all about a good sandwich, but there is something to be said for a comforting, warm bowl of soup. You can snuggle up with a blanket and a mug of soup while everyone else is Black Friday shopping. I’m not a huge fan of big crowds so I prefer a leisurely relaxed morning. If you’re a Black Friday shopper, this soup will be the perfect thing to relax with when you get home. It doesn’t take long to make, and the warm, smooth creamy base will help you relax after battling crowds for that great deal on a TV.
This soup comes together quickly – all you have to do is dice some vegetables, mince some herbs, and stand over a nice warm stove for a little while. The quinoa cooks right in the soup so you only need to make one pan dirty. It’s great leftover too. Leftovers of leftovers – less cooking for you.
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