Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Slow Cooker Turkey Tomatillo, and Pinto Bean Soup with Corn from Everyday Maven

Slow Cooker Turkey Tomatillo and Pinto Bean Soup with Corn
Use your leftover turkey to make this Slow Cooker Turkey Tomatillo and Pinto Bean Soup with Corn!  (Photo from Everyday Maven.)

I know you haven't even cooked your turkey yet, but I'm going to take some time off this week to spend Thanksgiving with my family, and before I do I want to make sure you're covered for the turkey soup ideas.  Yesterday I shared my Slow Cooker Lemony Turkey Soup with Spinach and Orzo, which is definitely a new take on turkey soup, and I think this Turkey Tomatillo and Pinto Bean Soup with Corn from Everyday Maven sounds just as interesting. 

Ingredients for this recipe:
Olive oil, garlic, serrano or jalapeno pepper, green bell pepper, celery, onion, bay leaf, oregano, Ancho chile Powder, ground cumin, kosher salt, chopped or shredded chicken or turkey breast, canned pinto beans, canned tomatillos, canned diced green chiles, broth, frozen corn, corn meal, and shredded cheese, fresh cilantro, and baked tortilla chips for serving

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! This link will take you to the recipe for Turkey Tomatillo and Pinto Bean Soup with Corn from Everyday Maven.

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More Ideas with Turkey in the Slow Cooker:
Slow Cooker Lemony Turkey Soup with Spinach and Orzo from Kalyn's Kitchen
White Turkey Chili from Taste and Tell
Turkey White Bean Pumpkin Chili from Skinnytaste
Thai Red Curry Turkey from The Perfect Pantry
Gluten-Free Turkey Soup from Gluten-Free Goddess

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