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This curried turkey soup made with leftover turkey is fashioned on a classic Anglo-Indian curried soup called “mulligatawny“. It couldn’t be easier to make; you start by cooking some onions, carrots, celery, and yellow curry powder, add stock, apples, rice, cook for a bit, then stir in the chopped cooked turkey. Drizzle a little cream in at the end. So easy! It’s also one of the best things I have ever eaten in my life.
You know what happens when a few people cancel at the last minute for Thanksgiving? Lots of leftovers, that’s what! This is a good thing. Leftover cooked turkey is wonderfully versatile. You can put it in soups, tacos, chili, sandwiches, or make something like this, a hearty turkey casserole.