Turkey Neck Soup is something that my kids love. They love many soups, but this is the one that I know I can get them to eat any day. Turkey necks make the soup more exciting.
Things you can do with turkey necks
- Try theRoasted Turkey Necks Recipe. It’s an ideal option, with only minutes to prepare and very few ingredients. Kids enjoy the whole experience of picking the meat out of the turkey bone.
- If you enjoy comfort food,Uzbek Plovis a great option. By cooking the neck-bones together with rice, Uzbek Plov comes out tender and full of flavor. Just replace the meat with turkey neck bones, and the rest you keep the same.
- Stewed Cabbage with Meatmakes anamazing healthy option. Cabbage is very light in calories, while the turkey necks compliment it with great flavor. Since the veggies cookquick, I recommend boiling turkeys for 30-40 minutes before you add them to the dish.
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This turkey neck soup is light, savory, and comforting. Often underutilized and underrated in American cooking, turkey neck is full of flavor and shines at its brightest in this recipe.
- Chop the carrot and onion into large pieces (no need to make it fancy, you will remove them from the broth later). In a large pot, boil the turkey necks, onion, and carrots for 60-90 minutes, or until the turkey meat falls off the neck bone.
- Remove turkey necks from the broth and set aside. Drain the broth through a colander to remove the chunks of onion and carrots.
- Place turkey necks and broth back into the large soup pot. Add in rice and let it simmer on low for about 20 minutes.
- Once the rice is cooked, add in the diced potato. Let the soup simmer until all ingredients are fully cooked. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve hot with a sprinkling of fresh dill and green onion.
Turkey Neck Soup (Literally The Best)
Amount Per Serving
Calories 144 Calories from Fat 36
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 1g5%
Vitamin A 2785IU56%
Vitamin C 10.8mg13%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.