Looking for some flavorful ground turkey soups to warm yourself with on these chilly days! Here are 20 recipes for delicious soups made using ground turkey.
I love this nutritious and filling Italian Turkey Burger Soup, which is made with lean ground turkey.
This soup’s outstanding flavor comes from the blend of fresh oregano, thyme, and basil with the tomato base. In the winter, I bring the herbs into from the garden where I utilize them fresh.
Though fresh herbs are always preferable to dry, you can still make this dish taste great with dried herbs. This soup is much delicious the second day, so make sure to make a double batch. Send your kids off to school with a thermos full of their favorite food and drink.
This highly tasty ground turkey and rice soup, which features Knorr Selects Spinach and Artichoke Rice, is a perfect alternative for a meal that is both warm and substantial.
Because it is made with Knorr Selects Spinach and Artichoke Rice, which contains both asiago and cheddar cheeses, this turkey and rice soup has a taste profile that is both incredibly rich and incredibly delectable. After a long and stressful day, a bowl of this soup is exactly what you need to help you wind down and relax.
This Ground Turkey White Bean Kale Soup is wonderfully delicious, soothing, and satisfying, and it is excellent for the hectic weeknights because it can be made in less than thirty minutes. In addition to being nourishing and reassuring, this turkey, white bean, and kale soup is delicious.
I have no doubt that the combination of the white beans and greens will become one of your favorites (this green is always great to add extra nutrients). So delicious!
Full with healthy vegetables, this soup is perfect for anyone looking to shed some pounds. Homemade soups like Turkey Vegetable are great options for those watching their caloric soup, as they often consist of only a variety of vegetables, some stock, and some ground turkey. Use of ground turkey as an ingredient is a terrific approach to boost the overall taste profile. In order to make you want to eat it! It’s the first thing I cook when I decide to start dieting since it’s so tasty.
The ground turkey, beans, corn, and well seasoned broth give this Turkey Taco Soup an abundance of flavor. Fast and satisfying, this soup can be prepared on the stovetop or in a slow cooker in just 30 minutes, making it ideal for both weekday meals and weekend brunches.
It’s cold outside, but this turkey and sweet potato soup will warm you right up! This hearty soup is ready in about 35 minutes and is a fantastic way to utilize ground turkey.
Because of the sweet potato pieces and minced turkey, this turkey sweet potato soup is extremely robust and nourishing.
When rice is added, the soup thickens even more, making it perfect for “sticking to your ribs” weather. A lot of warm tastes that go well with the sweet potato come from a few carefully chosen spices.
This ground turkey vegetable soup is excellent if you’re searching for a quick and simple supper option that’s both nutritious and tasty.
- The ground turkey should be browned, drained (if required), and left aside.
- Put 1 tablespoon of olive oil into a big stock pot (I use this one). Stir-fry the carrots and celery for around 4 minutes. After 3 or 4 minutes of simmering, add the onion.
- Mix in the tomato paste, tomato sauce, and chopped tomatoes. Mix in the browned turkey, corn, green beans, garlic, thyme, oregano, and potatoes.
- Throw in a bay leaf. To cook the veggies, bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 30–35 minutes. Take out the bay leaf and dinner is ready to be served.
This recipe for Thai turkey soup with coconut milk and curry paste is wonderfully tasty and simple to prepare. The best method to put those turkey or chicken scraps to good use!
To help you recover from your Thanksgiving turkey hangover, try this delicious Thai coconut turkey soup. It’s snug and warm, but yet airy and not too heavy. I enjoy the rich coconut milk, crisp herbs, and bold flavors of Thai cuisine. What a perfect match!
This dish draws inspiration for its unique vegetable mix from the Middle Eastern staple Shurbet Khodar, or traditional vegetable soup. This is the classic chicken soup that every mother has served her ill kid or adult during the frigid winter months.
It’s the first thing mothers offer to whip up when their children come down with a fever or the illness. Whenever a stomach illness strikes, mothers in the Middle East typically prepare shurbet khodar.
When you’re unwell, the last thing you want to do is eat. A cup of vegetable soup, perhaps with some turkey meatballs, might help bring on your appetite.
The soup is packed with nutritious ingredients including turkey and veggies. This cabbage roll soup with turkey is perfect for those who enjoy cabbage rolls but don’t have the time to prepare them from scratch. There will be no time-consuming step of traditionally wrapping meat in cabbage leaves. Make a soup out of it with the same comforting tastes.
The Russian name for this soup is “lazy cabbage rolls.” Just throw everything in a saucepan and set the stove to high heat. Meat and onions can be eaten raw or browned.
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Quick and easy ground turkey soup that’s full of protein, veggies, and flavor can be on the table in under 20 minutes. It’s something that everyone in your family can enjoy.
Take the soup off the fire as soon as it reaches a comfortable temperature and stir in the grated Parmesan. Because of this, it’s excellent. Even if you’re not a cheese fan, the soup will be delicious.
Make this healthy Turkey Cheeseburger Soup in your Instant Pot, Crock-Pot, or on the stovetop in a matter of minutes. If you want to make this dish gluten-free, you must use only GF-certified products.
Take the usual precautions while blending hot liquids, but remember that they will expand as they warm up. When mixing hot liquids, I often slightly crack up the vent in the blender lid to release any trapped steam.
Simple yet satisfying, this Ground Turkey Chili is bursting with flavor and even better the second day.
This recipe yields six servings and costs about $12.33 to make. For under $2.05 per serving, that’s a steal! First day flavor is excellent, and day two and day three flavors really shine. The chili will keep for up to four days if refrigerated and covered.
The 30 minute dinner! This simple recipe for Pesto Turkey Tortellini Soup makes healthy cooking a breeze! A serving size of this has 230 calories and 4 Weight Watchers Smart Points.
The formula for this soup is the same as the one I use for all of my broth-based or tomato-based soups. First, prepare the ground turkey, and then, using a bit of olive oil, sauté the veggies (onion, carrot, and celery) until tender.
After that, toss in the garlic and herbs, followed by the broth and pesto. After boiling for 10 minutes, the flavors will have developed to their full potential and the tortellini may be added.
This nutritious and simple Turkey Meatball Soup Recipe uses noodles and veggies. Kids will go crazy over this soup because they adore meatballs.
Store for up to 5 days in the fridge if sealed. Keep in the pot if there’s no more place in the fridge. Pasta does absorb liquids and become mushier over time. When warming, you might need to add a little more broth or water and perhaps extra spices to taste to account for the additional liquid.
Simmer the soup for 5–7 minutes on low to reheat as much as you need. You shouldn’t let the soup boil too hard or you’ll end up with mushy potatoes and mushy noodles.
A delicious and fast dinner that can be ready in less than an hour, this One-Pot Turkey Lasagna Soup only requires one pot and one casserole dish. All of the mouthwatering flavors of lasagna, condensed into a soup!
I worked in collaboration with Canadian Turkey to bring you this recipe for wonderful One Pot Turkey Lasagna Soup, and while I was rewarded for my time, the recipe, the images, and all thoughts and opinions are, as usual, entirely mine. Turkey has a wonderful flavor.
- Prepare the oil in a big stockpot by heating it over moderate heat. Cook the ground turkey in a skillet, breaking it up with a wooden spatula as it browns.
- Add the vegetables (onion, celery, carrot, and garlic) and sauté for a few minutes, or until the onion is transparent.
- Mix in all the spices.
- Combine the vegetable/beef broth with the chickpeas, sweet potatoes, crushed tomatoes, and other ingredients. To prepare, heat till boiling, then lower heat to maintain a simmer while covered.
- Allow to cook for 25-30 minutes, stirring regularly, until sweet potatoes are cooked.
- In order to thicken the soup, use a potato masher to mash some of the sweet potatoes and chickpeas right into the saucepan.
- Throw in some fresh spinach once you’ve taste-tested it and seasoned it to your liking with salt and pepper. After a minute or so, the spinach will softly wilt from the heat.
- Spoon into bowls and let aside to cool for a few minutes before serving.
While ground turkey worked fine in this recipe, you could instead use cooked turkey that you already have on hand. After the celery and onions have softened, add the cooked turkey to the pot before pouring in the broth and any other ingredients.
Although I usually soak dry beans for at least 12 hours before cooking, lentils can be put in the pot dry if you’re in a hurry.
Since lentils are so little, you can prepare a pot of healthful soup that the whole family will devour in under an hour.
For many of my one-pot meals, including soups, I rely on my trusty cast-iron Dutch oven. For example, this recipe for lentil soup. I really appreciate how nicely cast iron handles both high temperatures and low simmers.
There are enough ingredients here to serve 8 people. I have a family of four, and this is perfect for us to have for lunches and dinners the next day.
Are you looking for a soup that can be ready to serve in less than thirty minutes but yet has plenty of flavor and substance? This Keto Turkey Soup, also known as Turkey Florentine, is just what the doctor ordered!
This Keto Cream of Turkey Florentine Soup may be prepared in advance and stored in the freezer for later use. After the soup has had time to cool, dish it out into freezer-safe containers with secure lids and set them aside. When stored in the freezer, it can stay fresh for up to three months.
This recipe for Dairy-Free Cream of Mushroom Soup with Ground Turkey and Herbs is simple to make, and the resulting soup is both healthful and tasty. It’s also simple to modify for the Whole30, Paleo, or Keto diets. You can make this dish in your Instant Pot, Crock Pot, or on the stovetop.