Chicken, Three Ways (including “The Soup”)

Let’s talk about a kitchen victory like no other: using one thing for multiple purposes.

This is not a new revelation. The New York Times is not going to call me to discuss my groundbreaking use of poultry. This is, however, the first time I’ve:

  1. Bought a whole chicken and roasted it for dinner
  2. Roasted the carcass* to make chicken stock
  3. Used the stock to make soup

I felt like a pioneer. I never watched Little House on the Prairie, but it seemed like Laura Ingalls Wilder would have been proud.

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Post-Thanksgiving Soup

 

A strange thing happened the other night. I made something for dinner that actually required a cooking process. Which is different from my recent go-to of Things That Can Be Made In 5 Minutes and/or 5 Ingredients.

Tomato Soup

It was so wonderful. I miss being in the kitchen.

I felt like making soup and liked the looks of this recipe for Turkey Vegetable. So I came up with something loosely based on the original recipe. And when I say loosely I mean that my version also had turkey. And vegetables!

Here’s what I threw together:

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