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Meal planning just got easier with this Vegetable Turkey Soup dinner recipe. Lean turkey, fresh kale, carrots, mushrooms and white beans make this hearty meal nutritious and tasty! Learn how I organize and plan my weekly menu using the new Samsung Galaxy Note8. You may think because I am a foodblogger that dinner is planned, organized and easy. Nope. Sometimes I luck out and the recipe I’m working on for the blog can also be served at dinnertime. But often I spend all day making and photographing a chocolate cake, cheesy appetizer or beverage. By the time dinner rolls around not only am I unprepared but I am done being creative in the kitchen as well. I need simple yet nutritious recipes like this Vegetable Turkey Soup that can be prepared without much fuss (or dirty dishes). Otherwise I could end up serving chocolate cake for dinner. <<< that may or may not have actually happened
For the sake of my family’s health and my sanity I have started weekly menu planning. The Samsung Galaxy Note8 simplifies this process. I use a basic meal planning app to store our favorite recipes so I always have dinner ideas. I can quickly jot down my grocery list right onto the phone screen using my Samsung Galaxy Note8 s-pen. Game Changer, People! Do you know what this means? This means I no longer get to the grocery store only to realize that I forgot my shopping list. Also, I don’t have 20 old shopping lists popping out of my purse! It’s 2017 . . . we’re going paperless. It’s time to upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Note8, find a meal planning app and get organized. Oh, and don’t forget to add this Vegetable Turkey Soup Recipe to your Fall menu.
Check out the video below to see my favorite Samsung Galaxy Note8 features in motion. And scroll to the bottom of this post for your chance to win your own Samsung Galaxy Note8 and/or many other prizes! Besides menu planning and attempting to stay organized, I use my phone to document my life. Or more specifically I use the camera to take eleventh-million photos of my daughter! C’mon I know I’m not alone here.
This is where I get really excited! The Samsung Galaxy Note8 has an infinity display making the screen bigger and better. With 2x zoom, dual pixel, image stabilization and the live focus feature . . . your images are sure to look better than ever.
↓↓↓ Hey look, it’s me in a super ultra rare blog appearance↓↓↓ Oh and, the 2x base memory (64GB) means that you can store all those beautiful images. These photos came straight off of the Samsung Galaxy Note8. Bright clear photos of a child that is in constant motion!
Be sure to watch the video to see the Live Message feature. Turn your photos into animated gifs by simply using the s-pen
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is available at Target. Head down and chat with the friendly and helpful tech/electronics team members.
- 16 ounces Lean Ground Turkey
- 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
- 8 ounces Crimini Mushrooms, (sliced thick)
- 2 Large Carrots, (peeled & diced)
- 1 Sweet Onion, (chopped)
- 2 Garlic Cloves, (finely chopped)
- 3 Tablespoons All Purpose Flour
- 1 Tablespoon Dry Italian Seasoning
- 1 teaspoon Onion Powder
- 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
- Pinch Salt/Pepper
- 64 ounces Low Sodium Chicken Stock
- 2 15oz Cans Northern White Beans, (drained & rinsed)
- 6 Cups Chopped Fresh Kale
- In large soup pot or dutch oven, brown ground turkey. Remove from pot and set aside.
- Over medium/high heat, add olive oil, mushrooms, carrots and onion. Saute for 5 minutes or until onions begin to turn translucent. Add garlic and sauce for 1 more minute while stirring.
- Sprinkle flour over veggies and stir to coat. Add Italian seasoning, onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Slowly pour in chicken stock while stirring.
- Return ground turkey to pot, bring to a boil then reduce heat. Simmer for 15 minutes or until carrots are tender.
- Add beans and kale. Continue to simmer for 5-10 minutes or until kale is wilted. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve.