Turkey Soup

I made this not too long ago when Josh was sick and wanted soup but I had ground turkey that needed used!

You will need:

5 carrots

2 medium zucchini

1 medium-large rutabaga

5 cups chicken broth (I used chicken bouillon)

3 large green onions (or you can use onion or a leek. I just had green onion on hand)

1 lb ground turkey

Salt, Pepper, Paprika, Garlic Powder to taste (I can’t remember the specific measurements next time I make it I will measure them out!)

First chop and peel your rutabaga and carrots. Next chop your zucchini (I left the peel on mine). Combine everything in a large soup pot with your five cups of chicken broth and bring to a boil. Meanwhile sauté your chopped green onion in a pan with a little olive oil until soft and turning brown. Then add green onion to soup. Add ground turkey to your sauté pan adding a little more olive oil if needed. Cook on medium-high heat until cooked thoroughly. Once veggies are soft and cooked remove from heat. Remove some of the chunks of the soup and set aside. Use a hand blender and blend the soup down until creamy. Then add back the chunks of soup you set aside along with your ground turkey and seasonings. Cook together over medium-high heat for another 5 minutes. Then serve.

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