Smoked Turkey Soup


Smoke turkey in a stove top smoker then add meat along with vegetables and broth and simmer to form a tasty soup.

Recipe By: Beckey Applebee, Chiniak, AK
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    • Small whole turkey


Smoke turkey for about 45 minutes.
Boil turkey together with a bay leaf, onion, celery, carrots, and peppercorns for 1-1/2 hours. Then take the meat from the bone, strain the broth and add carrots, barley and onion. Cook for 30 minutes until barley is soft.

(Turkey meat - slice off bone, place in blender with 1-1/2 cups of the broth and blend for about 3-4 minutes. Can be added to the soup if so desired).

The Smoker

Get the savory flavor and low-fat benefits of wood-smoking indoors or out with this heavy-gauge stainless steel smoker. Great for smoking your own chiles, tomatoes and tomatillos for salsas as well as for fish and meats. Can be used on the stovetop or backyard grill, or over a campfire. Long loop handles stay cool during normal stovetop use and fold in for easy storage. Comes with an easy-to-clean nonstick rack, cookbook, instructions, and four varieties of wood chips (alder, oak, cherry, and hickory) for a variety of flavors and aromas. 15"L x 11"W x 3-1/2"D. Includes a 7-year manufacturer warranty.

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