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CajunKing

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RE: time for soup!! Thu, 10/26/06 2:18 PM (permalink)
Turkey Day Leftover Chowder

4 cups turkey or chicken stock
1 TBSP veggie oil
1 cup yellow onion, chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
2 stalks celery, chopped
3 cups leftover mashed potatoes
1/2 tsp basil, dried
1/2 tsp marjoram, dried
1/2 tsp salt
freshly ground pepper to taste
1 cup cubed leftover turkey
1 cup cubed leftover ham

In large stock pot over medium heat saute, onion, celery, garlic in the oil
Add remaining ingredients
reduce heat to medium low
simmer about 15 minutes covered
then uncover and simmer 15 to 20 minutes


 
    ann peeples

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    RE: time for soup!! Tue, 10/31/06 9:58 AM (permalink)
    Wonderful new additions of soups!!!I just wanted to say I made The recipe for pea soup provided by Cajunking and it is the BEST I have ever had!!!!!!!!My husband went nuts over it, and kept saying "MMMMM"as he was eating it.A habit I find annoying,but I agree with his enthusiasm.Thanks again!!!!!
     
      roossy90

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      RE: time for soup!! Tue, 10/31/06 6:20 PM (permalink)
      Several months back, someone sent me a cabbage roll soup recipe.
      I have not yet made it, but it sounds great.
      I wish I had the name of the Roadfoodie that sent it to me to thank them for it!

      Cabbage Roll Soup
      2LBS GROUND BEEF
      2 LARGE ONIONS
      BROWN THE ABOVE AND DRAIN WELL
      ADD TO THE ABOVE TO:
      3LBS OF CABBAGE CHOPPED
      1/2 CUP OF WHITE SUGAR
      1/4 CUP LEMON JUICE
      14OZ CAN OF BEEF BROTH
      2 LARGE CANS TOMATO SAUCE
      1 LARGE CAOF DICED TOMATOES
      2LARGE CANS OF WATER
      1/2 - 3/4 CUP OF WHITE RICE

      BRING ALL TO A BOIL THEN SIMMER UNTIL RICE AND CABBAGE ARE DONE.
      THIS MAKES ALOT OF SOUP, BUT YOU CAN FREEZE IT.
       
        ann peeples

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        RE: time for soup!! Fri, 11/3/06 9:52 AM (permalink)
        I have been looking for a cabbage soup recipe-this sounds like a winner! Thanks!
         
          roossy90

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          RE: time for soup!! Fri, 11/3/06 1:03 PM (permalink)
          I love cabbage soup.. I wish I could have stuck to that cabbage soup diet.
          I must get the book out again to prompt me.....
          (I live alone, so I can eat all I want!!!!!)
           
            salsailsa

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            • Location: Canada, ND
            RE: time for soup!! Fri, 11/3/06 1:36 PM (permalink)
            That soup sounds great Roossy! Thanks for posting. I can't wait to try it.
             
              Rusty246

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              RE: time for soup!! Fri, 11/3/06 2:04 PM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by roossy90

              Several months back, someone sent me a cabbage roll soup recipe.
              I have not yet made it, but it sounds great.
              I wish I had the name of the Roadfoodie that sent it to me to thank them for it!

              Cabbage Roll Soup
              2LBS GROUND BEEF
              2 LARGE ONIONS
              BROWN THE ABOVE AND DRAIN WELL
              ADD TO THE ABOVE TO:
              3LBS OF CABBAGE CHOPPED
              1/2 CUP OF WHITE SUGAR
              1/4 CUP LEMON JUICE
              14OZ CAN OF BEEF BROTH
              2 LARGE CANS TOMATO SAUCE
              1 LARGE CAOF DICED TOMATOES
              2LARGE CANS OF WATER
              1/2 - 3/4 CUP OF WHITE RICE

              BRING ALL TO A BOIL THEN SIMMER UNTIL RICE AND CABBAGE ARE DONE.
              THIS MAKES ALOT OF SOUP, BUT YOU CAN FREEZE IT.

              On a similar note, if you omit the sugar, lemon juice, and rice...add two cans kidney beans, a dash or two of basil, you'll have a close clone to Shoney's "cabbage beef" soup. Regardless SHoney's is a chain, that is GOOD soup!..

              roosy90, I have that "skinny soup" recipe if you need it.
               
                Sneetch

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                • Location: Poconos, PA
                RE: time for soup!! Fri, 11/3/06 2:04 PM (permalink)
                you're welcome, annpeeples...however, as a lover of all things cabbage, i may find i like roosy's recipe better than mine! cajunking's pea soup recipe is next on my list of things to do...got enough killer soup recipes to get me through the next couple of years!
                 
                  xannie_01

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                  RE: time for soup!! Sun, 11/5/06 6:43 PM (permalink)
                  has anyone ever made a soup using a smoked
                  turkey carcass?
                   
                    CajunKing

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                    RE: time for soup!! Mon, 11/6/06 11:30 AM (permalink)
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by xannie_01

                    has anyone ever made a soup using a smoked
                    turkey carcass?


                    Every time I smoke a turkey I make smoke turkey broth,
                    hmmmmm some of the best stuff in the world.

                    I use it in my gumbo, gives it a nice smokey yummmm taste to it.

                    I have about 5 gallons of smoked turkey stock in my freezer right now
                     
                      roossy90

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                      RE: time for soup!! Tue, 11/7/06 8:05 PM (permalink)
                      Thanks Rusty///
                      Either you can email me or post it here.
                      I have the book "The cabbage Soup Diet" somewhere around here in my unpacked things..
                       
                        CajunKing

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                        RE: time for soup!! Mon, 11/13/06 2:49 PM (permalink)
                        1 Sweet potato, peeled & cut into 2 inch pieces
                        1/2 head of cabbage, cut into 12 pieces
                        2 large zucchini, cut into 1 inch slices
                        3 ribs celery, cut into 1 inch pieces
                        2 onions, roughly chopped
                        1 (28oz) can tomatoes, chopped
                        1 (28oz) can tomato sauce
                        1 cup chicken broth
                        1 TBSP dried basil
                        1 pkg dry onion soup mix
                        1 TBSP sugar
                        2 jalapenos, stemmed & chopped
                        2 anaheims, stemmed & minced
                        salt & pepper
                        2 cups shell pasta, cooked

                        In crock pot stir together all ingredients except pasta

                        Cook on low heat for 7 hours

                        Add the pasta and warm just before serving


                         
                          Salustra

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                          RE: time for soup!! Mon, 11/13/06 3:07 PM (permalink)
                          I propose that cajunking be renamed SoupKing!
                          There are enough new soup recipes here to keep me busy through 2 winters (they don't last long here in SoCal).
                           
                            Sneetch

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                            RE: time for soup!! Wed, 11/15/06 12:27 PM (permalink)
                            ..more "thank you's" to Cajunking - definately the best pea soup recipe i've gotten my hands on yet! i doubled the recipe, and it still only lasted 2 days - EVERYBODY had to have seconds and thirds!

                             
                              CajunKing

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                              RE: time for soup!! Wed, 11/15/06 1:48 PM (permalink)
                              Sneetch and fellow roadfooders

                              glad you liked them, I am glad everyone liked the pea soup recipe


                               
                                ann peeples

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                                RE: time for soup!! Thu, 02/15/07 7:29 AM (permalink)
                                Brunswick Stew-this is a marvelous recipe-even better the 2nd day!!!Enjoy...
                                INGREDIENTS
                                1 tablespoon vegetable oil
                                1 pound country style pork ribs
                                1 onion, chopped
                                1 roasted chicken, deboned and shredded
                                1 (28 ounce) can diced tomatoes
                                3/4 cup ketchup
                                1/2 (10 fluid ounce) bottle steak sauce
                                1/2 cup cider vinegar
                                2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
                                1 tablespoon hot sauce
                                1 lemon, juiced
                                2 cubes chicken bouillon
                                1/2 tablespoon ground black pepper
                                1 (15 ounce) can whole kernel corn, undrained
                                1 cup frozen lima beans, thawed
                                DIRECTIONS
                                Heat the vegetable oil in a skillet over medium heat, and brown the ribs on all sides. Transfer to a slow cooker. Place onion in the skillet, cook until tender, and transfer to the slow cooker.
                                Place the chicken in the slow cooker, and mix in tomatoes, ketchup, steak sauce, cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, lemon, chicken bouillon, and pepper.
                                Cover, and cook 6 hours on High. Remove ribs, discard bones, and shred. Return meat to slow cooker. Mix in corn and lima beans, cover, and continue cooking 2 hours on High
                                 
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