Turkey Mulligatawny Soup

In place of the fresh turkey breast, you can use leftover cooked turkey or a purchased rotisserie chicken. Remove and discard the skin and bones, and cut the meat into bite-size pieces. Add the cooked turkey or chicken to the soup along with the yogurt.
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Review 1 for Turkey Mulligatawny Soup
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biteMybaguette
,Seattle
,WA
December 18, 2012
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Shockingly Delicious
December 18, 2012
I hate a bit of left over turkey from Thanksgiving, used meat from the wings in it too. I was shocked how delicious this was. Really can't wait to make it again. My husband texted me the next day that all he could think about was that soup.
Pros: Yield, Good Value, Easy, Healthy, Appearance, Impressive
Review 2 for Turkey Mulligatawny Soup
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Corduroyartist
Chicago, IL
September 23, 2010
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A new kind of comfort food
September 23, 2010
My husband was home getting over a cold, so I decided to whip up a nice warm soup for our dinner. I found this recipe and I am so glad I did. It is buttery and rich, its flavor is deep and cozy.
I did make a few alterations: first of all, I bought a rotisserie chicken from the deli rather than half a turkey breast. I removed and shredded all the meat from the chicken rather than cut it into cubes.
Don't feel constrained to the amount of carrots and celery they called for: I used more, and there was plenty of room in the broth.
I had a container of plain greek yogurt rather than just plain, and it was delicious (with all the greek yogurt health benefits!). And since I totally hate cilantro, I didn't bother with that.
We served it in big cappucino mugs with some baked naan I found in the bakery section of our grocery store. All in all, I can't WAIT to make this again!