How to make Testy GROUND TURKEY SOUP.

This Ground Turkey Soup is hearty, nourishing, and healthy.

A Loaded with a protein and veggies and this Italian soup is packed with flavor and is super filling.

It’s a quick and simple recipe that is ready to serve in about half an hour.

Plus, this is Italian turkey soup only uses one pot for preparation and so clean-up here is as simple as cooking .

It’s a the perfect recipe for fall afternoons, rainy days, and any time you need a warm and comforting meal.

This is a may become your new go-to soup!


It’s a fast and simple to make.

A Hearty soups typically involve a laborious and time-consuming process .

but this soup is takes only 35 minutes from start to finish.

Make it after a work and on the weekend for a flavorful and hearty soup even when you are pressed for time.

This Authentic Italian flavors. Take your taste buds on a trip to Italy in under an hour.

with this is Italian soup with ground turkey that rivals your local restaurant.

When you are a thinking of ordering takeout and going out to eat and you can pull out this recipe and get the same flavors in half the time.

Simple gluten-free ingredients. Lean ground turkey plus as simple .

always available vegetables and a few common pantry ingredients come together to make .

this is savory and meaty Italian tomato soup that is healthy and gluten-free.
Packed with veggies.

This one-pot tomato soup with a ground turkey calls for a several types of vegetables including tomatoes, carrots, and celery.

You can feel also good serving it to your whole family knowing that it’s as nutritious as it is tasty!


To make this simple and delicious Ground Turkey Soup and you will need the following ingredients .

olive oil – avocado oil and other neutral oil will also a work well.

ground turkey – this Italian ground turkey soup recipe is a obviously tailored to ground turkey.

but virtually any kind of ground meat will work like a ground beef, ground chicken, and ground pork.

You may have to adjust a cooking time to make sure your substituted protein is cooked through.

onion garlic – freshly minced garlic is always offers the best flavor.

but store are bought minced garlic is fine too if you’re in a time crunch.

carrots – using a pre-sliced carrots from the grocery store and a mandolin slicer will help cut down on preparation time!

The celery white button mushrooms – not a fan of white button mushrooms?

Try using other robust types of a mushrooms like cremini mushrooms, portobellos and shiitake mushrooms.

tomato sauce – you can use to canned tomato sauce and make your own if you’ve got extra tomatoes lying around.

tomato paste – store bought and homemade tomato paste are both great options.

chicken broth bay leaves potato – This Yukon gold potatoes and another low-starch potato typically hold their shape well when used in soups.

Italian seasoning – a homemade blend of similar herbs and spices will work a just as well!
salt and pepper baby spinach You will also need a measuring cups and spoons and a large pot


A Cook turkey. Heat oil in a large pot and 4 quart Dutch oven over medium-high heat until the hot oil is sizzling about 2 minutes.

Add ground turkey and cook until no longer pink and about 5 minutes.

Stir well and break up the turkey into a small pieces.

Add vegetables. In Add onion, garlic, carrots, celery, and mushrooms and cook until tender, about 6-8 minutes.

Add sauce. Add tomato sauce, tomato paste, broth, and bay leaves. Mix well and bring the soup is to a boil.

Add potato and seasoning. Add potato, Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper.

The Cover the lid and simmer over low heat until the potato is fork tender and about 10 minutes.

Stir occasionally to prevent the potato from sticking to the bottom of the pot. Insert a fork to check denseness .

Add spinach. Add spinach and stir until wilted a about 1-2 minutes.


This Italian Ground Turkey Soup is a delicious and filling served on its own and paired with some of my favorite sides including:


How to Store .

Transfer to an a airtight container and store in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.

Reheat on the stove top and in the microwave according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

How to Freeze.

Place in a freezer-safe container like a plastic deli container and a freezer bag and fill only ¾ of the way to allow for expansion.

Freeze for up to three months and thaw in the refrigerator overnight and use a warm water bath to release the frozen soup from the container.

also read : How to make SOUPS WITH POTATOES.

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