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In a soup pot, add diced vegetables along with 2 tablespoons olive oil and sauté for 5 minutes on medium heat. Mince garlic cloves and add them to the pot, sauteeing for 2 minutes. Add in turkey breast cutlets (thinly sliced raw turkey breast), broth, and dry pasta. Bring the soup to a simmer, and then allow it to cook for 15-20 minutes. Heat oil in stockpot on MED.

Add onions, tomato paste, and soup vegetables. Cook, stirring, 3-5 min, until soft but not browned. Stir in herbes and stock; increase heat to MED-HIGH. 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon butter 1 yellow onion, diced 2 large carrots, diced 3 celery stalks, diced 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/4 cup fresh chopped parsley salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste 4 cups cooked and shredded turkey meat.

Bring the chicken broth to a boil in a large saucepan. Add the carrots and orzo and simmer until tender, 12 to 15 minutes. Step 2 Stir in turkey and dill. 1/2 cup “little” pasta such as orzo or 1 cup “big” pasta such as bowties. 1 pound cooked turkey or chicken, chopped.

Zest and juice (about 2 tablespoons) from a lemon. 8 ounces (225g) leafy greens such as spinach, kale, chard or broccoli rabe. Salt & pepper to taste. Add carrots and orzo; reduce heat to medium and simmer uncovered 8 minutes.

Add turkey meatballs and simmer 10 minutes. Stir in chopped escarole and. In a large soup pot, heat 1 tablespoon oil over medium heat. Add celery, onion, garlic and carrots.

Season with salt and pepper and let cook for 5 minutes until they start to soften. Add cooked turkey or chicken, bay leaf, rosemary, chicken stock and. This soup does not have a lot of broth; more chicken broth or water can be added, if desired. The soup will get thicker as it sits and as the orzo absorbs more of. Turkey Avgolemono Soup This classic lemon orzo Greek soup traditionally made with chicken is a great option for leftover Thanksgiving turkey.

It’s creamy, light and bursting with lemon and dill for freshness. I feel very un-American saying this but usually white, creamy soups freak me out. The combination of turkey, orzo, white beans and basil is lovelybut to make this soup wonderful you have to tweak it a bit.

I made a rich turkey stock and used it instead of the pre-made.

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Add orzo and stir til stock is absorbed.

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Add the orzo, and combine well.

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After sautéing an onion in butter, we added a combination of white wine and chicken broth and simmered the orzo over moderate heat.

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Add another 1/2 cup of the broth to orzo mixture, stirring constantly.

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After toasting the orzo with butter and onion, we added a combination of white wine and chicken broth and cooked the orzo over moderate heat.

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Add the orzo, chicken stock and water, and stir.

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Stir in toasted orzo and 3 cups strained broth, cover, and simmer gently for 5 minutes.

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Stir in the orzo and the remaining 1 cup broth.

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Add the orzo, cover tightly, and cook over low heat for 25 to 30 minutes.

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Stir in broth and wine, bring to simmer, and cook, stirring occasionally, until orzo is al dente, 10 to 12 minutes.

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  • I’m a Malaysian, I learned Turkish language with my Turkish Teachers. I called her “Abla”. She always made this soup for me. Thanks for the recipe. I will do that soon.

  • In Mexico we call it sopa de fideo, our pasta can come in different size and shapes from spaghetti thin to alphabet, we cook it different we fry our pasta first till light brown then we put in blender the tomato, onion and small piece of garlic. Once our pasta is lightly brown we add our blend ingredients, bring to a simmer so tomato, onion and garlic has cooked then we add water and salt to taste. We can add cilantro, I personally add a med stick of celery when I add the water and it gives it a nice taste. Greeting from California USA. I’m a big fan of your channel and enjoy seeing all your recipes

  • I want to thans from belgium, i am maried already 38 years with my greep busband. And i am still learning
    Hope you will be forever!!! In flaminch: doe zo voort meya

  • I want to start a petition to boycott Demitria. This is the second time that I’ve seen where she says Feta is “optional”. Oh please! Really? Feta is an essential ingredient. Zeus ate it every day. He grew it in his garden, stuffed it in his pillow and used it as a toothpaste-check your mythology and you’ll see im right. Lets get together and all shout loudly, “Feta is mandatory-never optional”. Thumbs up as always D.
    BTW, im gonna get some crusty baguettes tomorrow and make this for dinner. Thx so much for the dinner idea.

  • I think this is the one im ordering inthe resto in taksim… i usually buy this as it has a good taste specialy during winter time in istanbul its so cold…

  • I love how every culture has their own version of these simple soups. In Mexico we make something similar with vermicelli and we call it fideo! I’ll link and another you tuber you can watch to see our version. It’s a kid favorite for my little ones. Best from Houston Tx! Her YouTube channel is jauja!

  • Salam my friend we have a very similar orzo tomatoe soup in Arabic culture. But differences are we sauté onions n u can add any meat or just stock with spices such as cumin, curry, little cinnamon. We also add fresh cilantro instead of parsley, chick peas and dry mint. It’s very delicious

  • Beautiful!!! Looks delicious and easier to prepare. Highly appreciate all of your outstanding efforts. Thanks a lot with love blessings and prayers for sharing.

  • Wow, I will try that tomorrow, looks so delicious. I would love to see more easy Turkish foods like that. Thank you for this recipe, Aysenur! Greetings from Estonia. ❤️