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Creamy Corn & Turkey Soup

Creamy Corn & Turkey Soup recipe
photo by:kraft
This corn and turkey soup gets its wonderful texture from cream-style corn and cream cheese.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
3/13/2014
Total comfort food!
posted:
10/23/2013
Soup was good, it needed something to enhance the flavor a little more. I would make again and try different spices next time.
posted:
4/8/2013
Made this soup. Very tasty and easy.
posted:
4/7/2013
Just made this and it is SO yummy! Warms the soul! I added garlic when cooking the onions and red pepper. I also threw in just a little bit of flour with the broth and milk! Definitely making this again!
posted:
1/24/2013
Love this soup - I bring it to work in a crockpot after Thanksgiving every year. I do not use the red peppers (don't like them). I add carrots and a little Thai red chili spice. I also add herbs for more flavor.
posted:
11/27/2012
My whole family loved it and it's a great way to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey!! I also added 1/4 cup of flour.
posted:
11/25/2012
I made this soup today. After reading the reviews I added a little more pepper and 1/4 c of flour to make it thick and I also added diced potatoes. It was so good and I will be making it again when I have left over chicken or turkey.
posted:
11/25/2012
This recipe is one of my favorite things about Thanksgiving. I always use my leftover turkey to make this soup and then freeze it to eat a little later in the winter (when everyone isn't so burned out on turkey). I took some of the other mentioned additions. I added a splash of white wine to the onions and red pepper along with about 1/8 tsp of red pepper flakes for a little heat. I had enough turkey to make a recipe and a half, but then accidentally added the entire block of cream cheese (I should have only used 3/4 of the block). After adding a 1.5 of broth and 3/4 cup of milk, I surprisingly had achieved the thick texture of the photo. My last addition was to add some roasted peppers because I had them on hand (and needed another half a pepper to make my recipe and a half). Delicious! This recipe never lets me down!
posted:
11/19/2012
I made the soup just as it is stated. As noted by others, it was more thin than the photo would lead you to think. My fix, I added one half cup of instant rice at the end. Cooked a few more minutes to allow it to absorb some of the liquid and it was perfect. Salt and pepper to taste and garnished with fresh parsley. Everyone loved it.
posted:
7/13/2012
This soup is now on a regular rotation at my house. I have made a few changes though. Instead of turkey I use chicken. I put chunks of chicken in a crockpot and season with Cavender's (all purpose Greek seasoning) and 1/2 a can of chicken broth and let that cook all day. I think this adds a ton of flavor to the soup. I pretty much follow the recipe the rest of the way. Sometimes I add regular corn too. I sprinkle shredded cheese on top and sometimes eat with tortilla scoops. It is definitely one of my favorites!
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