This recipe was originally posted by Kimberly Morales on Poor Girl Eats Well, a blog devoted to eating "ridiculously well on a minuscule budget."
We know. We know. It's been a month since Thanksgiving, and you still can't face another bite of turkey. But that bird provides some cheap, low-fat protein.
And this time of year, when the weather is chilly and all you want is to cozy up by the fireplace, we've got just the solution: put it in a soup.
Contrasting the comfort food companions usually associated with turkey, the ingredients in this soup provide a sparky switch for your palate. Plus, you can make use of the leftover veggie platter tidbits from holiday parties galore. Waste not, want not.
Total cost per serving: $2.05.
Find the full recipe here, at Poor Girl Eats Well.
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