If your like half the people in the US right now you probably have leftover turkey in your fridge or freezer. Probably thinking what am I going to do with this. Well, what if I told you this instant pot rosemary turkey soup is so super easy that it’s cooked in 20 minutes. We also have the stove top directions in case you don’t have an instant pot or pressure cooker (yes, it’s the same thing people).
Generally, on Thanksgiving I buy all the fixings but I do like to grab up a onion, a bag of carrots, and some celery to have on hand. It’s great for soup to use those turkey leftovers. If I put them in my freezer they will eventually just get tossed into the trash and that is just so wasteful.
What better than to add an aromatic to the soup. Rosemary just takes the soup from boring to fun in about 10 seconds. The vegetables in the instant pot cook pretty quickly. When doing the stove top version of this recipe it takes a tad longer with the vegetables. Basically, because the turkey is already pre-cooked that means you just have to soften the vegetables.
Additionally, on thanksgiving we may have leftover rolls. If we do I just heat them up and use them to side with this soup. When we don’t have them we pick up a loaf of french bread to pair it with the instant pot rosemary turkey soup.Print