This Chinese soup recipe for turkey helps you enjoy your leftover turkey after Thanksgiving dinner. Here are the steps to making it. (You can also enjoy the holiday with butternut squash soup recipe, turkey fried rice and these Thankgiving quotes.)
Remove the turkey meat from the turkey bones to save for making sandwiches later or for stir-fry turkey and rice/noodles. Break up the turkey bones to fit the pot better.
Put drippings, giblets that weren't used in a large pot, add 1/3 coup of sliced ginger, then cover with water by 1.5 inches.
Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to a bare simmer for 4.5 hours. If you have a slow cooker, use it.
Remove the bones and other contents. Use a mesh strainer to filter the stock.
Do you know that turkey is a great source of selenium, a nutrient that shields newly formed skin cells from damage brought on by inflammation, chemicals, or too much exposure to the sun? New skin cells are what make your skin look soft and young. When you enjoy turkey, you are making your skin happy too.
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