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LauraS
Posted: Nov. 6 2006, 20:32 ET


Here is a soup I made last night.

Wonton Soup - makes 4 servings
13 oz ground turkey*
1 egg white
2 T Mrs Dash garlic & herb
2 cups Campbells's 25% chicken broth
2 cups Water
2 T Kikoman soya sauce
16 oz allowed vegetables (I used mushrooms, beans & cabbage)

Mix turkey, egg white & seasoning.  Form into small balls & place on a cookie sheet sprayed with Pam.  Bake at 350 for 1/2 hour.

Heat water, broth & veggies.  Add turkey balls & boil 15-20 minutes.

Yield: 4 Proteins, 2 Vegetables, 4 Miscellaneous

Divided into 4 portions:  1 Protein, 1/2 Vegetable, 1 Miscellaneous

* Note: You must grind the turkey yourself, you cannot purchase store bought ground turkey as commercially ground meats are not permitted on the diet.

BrianB
Posted: Nov. 6 2006, 20:42 ET


This sounds tasty Laura.  Is it pretty hearty?  If kinda thin, I wonder if it would benefit from thickening a little with xanthan gum or guar gum?  If I make it some time (I plan to) I'll post my experience if I decide to thicken it.

RolandG
Posted: Nov. 6 2006, 21:48 ET


This looks great .. I think I'm going to try some this weekend

rebekah01
Posted: Sep. 14 2007, 17:42 ET


I didn't make this soup, but I did use your recipe for the meatballs- DELICIOUS!
I also added the soy sauce to the meat mixture instead... I've been eating this almost every day!
Sooo yummy! Thanks for the recipe :)

daynesmum
Posted: Nov. 6 2007, 14:44 ET


I make this soup all the time for me and my husband. I make a huge batch and freeze it so we can just grab it and go for easy lunches.

Gabbailey
Posted: Nov. 6 2007, 14:55 ET


Our grocery will grind meats for us, for example if I bring them some veal off the shelf they'll grind it as long as there is at least two or three pounds.  Is that legal??

chris

KPRead
Posted: Dec. 31 2007, 11:55 ET


I made this soup today and is it ever fantastic.  For the vegetables, I used cabbage, green onions and mushrooms.  Yummy!  

Thanks for the great recipe!

BrianB
Posted: Dec. 31 2007, 18:38 ET


Quote (Gabbailey @ Nov. 06 2007,14:55)
Our grocery will grind meats for us, for example if I bring them some veal off the shelf they'll grind it as long as there is at least two or three pounds.  Is that legal??

chris

If they grind it there right in front of you and don't add any fat, etc., then I'd say it would be legal.  This would be as long as there wasn't already a bunch of fat a gunk in the grinder from previous grinding.

Tatbobat
Posted: Mar. 1 2011, 17:03 ET


I made this soup last night and modified a few things to make it tastier:

I added garlic, ginger and green onion.

I minced garlic and ginger and fried in pam until fragrant (1-2 mins)
then added the chopped green onion

then add the chicken stock, a dash of soy sauce and a tiny drizzle of rice vinegar (the no sugar added kind) and let it come to a boil (this can be happening while meatballs are baking)

Once meatballs were finished, I added mushrooms, baby bok choy, cabbage and broccoli to the soup - along with the meatballs fresh from the oven.

Boil the veggies in the soup stock just for a few minutes until blanched and then you are good to go. I add a bit of allowed hot sauce, because I like my soups spicy.

This was filling, delicious and comforting on a wintery night here in Vancouver.