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Creamy Corn & Turkey Soup

Creamy Corn & Turkey Soup recipe
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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:
11/24/2008
Delicious and super easy!
posted:
11/21/2008
I made this soup for my son's post-Thanksgiving birthday party. I had some guests that have to watch their salt intake, so I used low sodium broth. I also added some frozen corn. Everyone seemed to like it, but I thought that it was a bit bland for my tastes. I served chili as well, and when I was finishing off the leftovers, I mixed the two together for an absolutely delicious combination.
posted:
10/15/2008
It's not a soup I would crave for but it is a recipe I would keep and pull out whenever I have leftover turkey. It's quick and easy and the ingredients are pretty simple. And, it makes for a great alternative than just having turkey sandwiches for days and days and days. I will definitely share this with everyone for their post-Thanksgiving dinners.
posted:
8/27/2008
This recipe is easy to make (especially if you buy a pre-cooked turkey breast). It is also very tasty. My husband and I both loved it.
posted:
7/29/2008
I love, love, love this recipe. Easy & tasty. I added some stuff to it, but I add stuff to every recipe I made. Bacon, cheese, yum!
posted:
7/9/2008
I loved it I do not add the red peppers, I add a little of half & half in it and it thickens up nicely
posted:
2/28/2008
I think I used too much red pepper, because this soup was SO spicy! It made my eyes water. But it was different and had a good flavor.
posted:
2/20/2008
This soup is a keeper! We loved it! I used two chicken breats instead of turkey and boiled them until they were almost fully cooked then I shredded them up and sauted the pieces with some garlic. My husband loves BBQ sauce so I added about three tablespoons into the soup. SO GOOD!
posted:
2/7/2008
i am making this tonight...i slow cooked a turkey breast and plan on mixing in some leftover mashed potatoes for some thickness, and a can of regular corn in addition to the cream corn. thanks for everyone's ratings, i always read them before i plan on making things to get some good advice!
posted:
2/1/2008
I made this with chicken instead of turkey and it was still amazing. Very good and so easy to make!!
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