Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Soup Du Minnesota

I must be in a french mood lately, with my titles.

What could be more Minnesotan than Turkey Wild Rice Soup?
Most turkeys come from Minnesota and wild rice is the state grain.

Plus it uses up your left over turkey from Thanksgiving.

Steve's brother gave him some real Minnesota wild rice, with the long medium brown kernels. It was so fragrant when it was cooking.

I didn't modify the recipe hardly at all this time. I did think it was a little thick when I finished following the recipe, so I put in the full pint of half and half and two more cups of broth.

It has such a nice aroma and flavor, all turkey.

Other than the hour to cook the wild rice, the soup was actually very quick to make. Give it a try. You'll love it!

1 comment:

Julie said...

It sounds wonderfully yummy! I love things that have a "nice aroma and flavor." You can't beat that!