NOTE: I put my spices in a spice bag, not directly into the soup. But the choice is yours. You can cook add them any way you like. That said, if you do not use a spice bag (or tea ball), you may want to cut back a tad on the spices or your broth will be over run with it. Try half. You can always add more as needed.
Author: The Gracious Pantry
4cupschicken broth(low sodium, no sugar added)
2tsp.dried sage(only use 1 tsp. if your turkey was cooked with sage)
In a medium sized soup pot, bring the broth, carrots, celery and spices to a boil.
Boil until the vegetable are cooked to your liking and then toss in the turkey.
Cook for an additional 5 minutes just to warm the meat, and serve.
Add any cooked noodles or rice. Note that you may want to add the rice or noodles at serving instead of dumping them into your big pot of soup. Storing them separately will keep them from getting mushy from soaking up extra liquid in the soup overnight.
Please note that the nutrition data given here is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible. Data does not include rice or noodles.