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Hello, beginning of the year. And constant chatter about eating healthy. Sigh. Reminders are good, but that doesn’t mean it has to be over complicated.
Healthy to me means real food, full of flavor, satisfying, and energizing. It means listening to what my body needs that day. And eating several times throughout the day.
It doesn’t have to be classified as keto, low carb, vegetarian – although a recipe could naturally be that! Healthy includes a lot of things, that are different for everyone, and shouldn’t feel restricting.
And it’s how I eat whether it be January, or July.
That means that a few pasta noodles and dusting of Parmesan cheese in this Turkey Tuscan Soup are A-OK. Fire-roasted tomatoes bring extra flavor too. The comfort we all crave, especially in the middle of winter.
I like to use turkey cutlets in this recipe because they cook even faster than chicken, making this one pot, 30-minute soup a reality. Shady Brook Farms has new Turkey Skillet Kits that make meal time a breeze. Each kit includes four turkey breast cutlets, hand-seasoned, along with a gourmet sauce sauté packet.
I used the Tuscan-Style Tomato Garlic Basil Turkey Skillet Kit for this recipe, which leads to its Italian inspired flavors, along with gluten free rotini noodles, fresh spinach, and the fire-roasted tomatoes. And we loved it! The perfect balance of fresh and hearty. Served with a side of grilled aparagus, it was a delicious meal.
Made in just one-pot, I’m calling it a miracle meal.
Do you really only use one-pot to make it?
Yes! You’ll sauté the turkey first, then add all the other ingredients, including the pasta. Everything simmers in broth, cooking the pasta, while the flavors of the soup evolve. mingling the flavors of the soup. SO EASY.
They are pounded or thinly sliced cuts of turkey breast. The fact that the thin pieces of meat cook quickly is one of the biggest advantages. You could also make this Peruvian Turkey Stew with cutlets!
If you make it with gluten-free noodles like I did here, I wouldn’t recommend freezing it. With the thawing and reheating, their structure will change. If you make it with regular pasta noodles, you can freeze it.
Is this soup like the Zuppa Toscana at Olive Garden?
Nope, it’s a different style of Tuscan soup. The Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana is made with sausage, kale, potatoes, and cream.
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