Thanksgiving dinner is past and you have a lot of leftovers. Here is a great use for left over Turkey. Everyone loves chicken noodle soup, so change it up a little bit and make some turkey noodle soup.
Turkey: Just rip up the left over turkey you have
Broth: You can either use chicken or turkey stock (I prefer the low sodium)
Noodles: Use the noodles of choice or for a thicker more like stew use the pot pie squares
Veggies: Add whatever veggies you would like (Carrots, celery, potatoes and more)
Season to take with your favorite seasonings.
In a large stock pot add the turkey, veggies, and broth or stock you choose
Bring to a boil
Once the veggies are tender add the noodles and seasonings
Bring to a boil again and cook until the noodles are done.
Great meal on cold days.
With Thanksgiving being right around the corner you might be worried about the start of the Holiday’s and what it will do for your diet. Over the next couple of day’s I’m going to cover the main parts of Thanksgiving dinner and how you can enjoy and make it healthy.
First thing were going to look at is the turkey. Turkey on a whole is low in fat and full of protein, but when we add on all the extra butter and fats is when we change it from a healthy food to a non-healthy food full of fat.
Depending on the size of your family, the best choice would be a turkey breast, but that might not be the most logical if you have a large family.
Here is a choice on how to make the turkey:
Honey Roasted Turkey:
Honey (Raw if you can get it)
Dried Multi Grain Bread
Remove the bags from the turkey. With an injector inject honey into the turkey in about 6 areas.
Stuff the bread by mixing the dried multi grain bread (can use whole wheat also), onion, and celery. Mix in a large bowl. Mix a little honey and 7-UP together. (Might have to warm in the microwave). Just need enough to moisten the stuffing a little. Then stuff the turkey.
Bake in oven at 350 based on the directions on the turkey.
While the turkey is baking mix 1/4 cup of honey and 1 cup of diet 7-Up. After 3 hours of the turkey baking, heat the honey and 7-UP mixture in the microwave. Bast the turkey with about 1/2 to 3/4 of the mixture.
About half hour before the bird is done bast one more time with the remainder.
Enjoy. Let me know what you think of this recipe if you try it and feel free to share with others.