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In a large pot, combine the following ingredients:
Chopped turkey pieces (I use the food processor b/c I like the pieces small. Ditto for the carrots (I perfer fast over beautifully sliced).
2 carrots sliced thin
2 zucchini & yellow squash diced
¼ green pepper
¼ red pepper
2 cans diced Italian tomatoes
2 cans water (tomato cans)
1 whole jalapeno
2 chicken bouillion cubes
½ tsp ginger
Italian seasoning; sprinkle dill weed, celery salt
1 can whole kernel corn, drained, rinsed
1 can navy beans
1 can peas (add later)
Bring to a boil then simmer for 25 minutes.
No, the squash will not get too soft and yes, you can use frozen veggies instead of canned. The soup does NOT have a tinny taste but I rinse the canned stuff first anyway. The dill weed is an important ingredient so don't skimp unless you don't like dill.