Leftover Turkey & Wild Rice Soup
Every year for as long as I can remember, my family would make turkey and wild rice soup with the leftover turkey from Thanksgiving. As I got older and started hosting, I decided to keep the tradition alive. It is one of my favorite parts of Thanksgiving! You can also use any leftover chicken if you don't have turkey, any time of the year! We ended up boiling what was left of the turkey to make some bone broth which we mixed with some water for our broth. I am going to list store-bought since that might be easier to come by though. I hope you love this as much as my family and I do!
Prep/Total Time: 75 minutes
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