If you love turkey, you will LOVE these amazing ground turkey soups! These soups are delicious, simple and incredibly comforting on a cold or rainy day! The best part, they can be made in 30 minutes OR less!
👍Why We Love Soups with Ground Turkey
Cook fast! In 30 minutes or less!
Leaner choices - Compared to ground beef, lean ground turkey is lower in saturated fat, making it a great meat option for soups!
Belly warming - On a cold or rainy day, these ground turkey soups hit the spot!
Note: If you love comforting, meat-based soups, you have to try our popular Italian Sausage Soup!
✔️Types of Ground Turkey Soups
There are tons of ways to incorporate ground turkey into soup! The best part about ground turkey is that it cooks easily and is super versatile, working well with various flavors and combinations of ingredients. You might find ground turkey in some of the following types of soups:
- Taco soups
- Chilis or stews
- Lasagna soups
- Italian wedding soups
- Meatball-based soups
- Sweet potato soups
- Cabbage soups
The possibilities are endless when it comes to choosing sides for your ground turkey soups. Here are a few options:
Bread- You also can't ever go wrong with a loaf of bread, rolls or garlic bread! Pepperidge Farm is our favorite garlic bread, and it only takes 8-9 mins in the oven. The best part about having bread with your ground turkey soup is the dipping!
Crackers- Croutons, tortilla chips or oyster crackers on top of the soup.
A Sandwich or Panini- If you'd prefer your soup to be a side dish, consider pairing it with a simple wrap or sandwich, like our Sweet Potato, Kale & Feta Wrap or our Crispy Tomato, Pesto & Mozzarella Panini.
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🧊Storing & Reheating
Most ground turkey soups can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for a few days and reheated on the stovetop or in the microwave. See each individual recipe for detailed instructions.
Keep in mind that if your soup's recipe includes pasta, the pasta may soak up all the broth while stored. To avoid this, either cook and store your pasta separately from the soup or be prepared to add more broth to your leftovers. Likewise, if you plan to make ahead and freeze a soup, consider waiting to prepare and add any pasta until you are ready to serve the final dish.
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