Diabetic Turkey Soup with White Mushrooms

  • Diabetic Recipes
  • Prep: 60 mins
  • Cook: 35 mins
  • Nutrition Facts
    • 100g
    • 46.61 calories
    • 2.63 g protein
    • 3.68 g fat
    • 0.78 g carbohydrates
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The autumn has come with its wonderful season of mushrooms. Flavorful white mushrooms will become a decoration of any dish, adding a twist to the diabetic menu. Diabetic turkey soup with white mushrooms is just perfect for diabetics. It is tasty, hearty, and low in carbohydrates.

If you don’t have any white mushrooms, you can use champignons instead. But it’s not going to be as flavorful. So I am suggesting using dried mushrooms. Soak them overnight. Leftover water should be used for the soup, don’t pour it out. The dish will have an amazing aroma.

What You Need

  • Turkey meat 17,5 oz.
  • Cabbage 7 oz.
  • Carrot 1
  • Onion 1
  • Tomato 1
  • White mushrooms 7 oz.
  • Oil 2 tbsp.
  • Water 0,8 gallons
  • Salt and pepper

How to make

In the recipe, I specified 17,5 oz. of turkey meat. But you will also need the turkey shins for the soup preparation. Without the bones, this soup is not going to be as flavorful. Boil the shins for about an hour in salty water. Then take them out and remove the meat off the bones. Throw away the bones and finely chop the meat, which should be about 17,5 oz. Return the meat back to the stock.

Add some oil into the pan and fry the onion with a carrot.

Add the mushrooms and cook for 10 more minutes on medium heat.

The veggies should not be steaming but frying. When the veggies become golden brown, remove the pan from the heat and add them into the soup. Don’t forget that soup is cooking on low heat.

10 minutes after you’ve added fried veggies, add shredded cabbage into the soup.

When it starts boiling, take it off the heat and let it sit for 15 more minutes. Since we don’t cook the cabbage for a long time, it will not overcook and will be even tastier.

Serve the soup with green herbs and sour cream. The soup is very low in carbs, so you don’t even have to count the bread units. 47 kilocalories per 3,5 oz. means that you can have as much as 0,13 gallons of soup at a time. And it won’t cause any risks to your figure.

Prepare tasty diabetic soups to make your menu exciting and healthy.

Disclaimer: Recipes are intended for the sole purpose of providing information. These are not intended to be a substitution of medial advice. For proper nutrition and dietary care please contact your doctor for dietary concerns.

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