Another great way to use that extra turkey from the holidays.
In large pot.
put 2 Tbsp olive oil, and onions.
Cook over medium heat until translucent. about 4 minutes
Add garlic, flour, and 2 Tbsp olive oil, 3/4 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp pepper, cook stirring frequently over medium low heat until a light brown roux is formed. about 4 minutes.
Add turkey, carrots, potatoes, thyme and turkey stock.
Mix well and bring to gentle boil.
Reduce heat to simmer and cook for 45 minutes.
Taste and add more seasoning if necessary.
Thicken with 1 Tbsp flour mixed into1/2 cup of liquid from soup ad pour back into soup while stirring.
Oyster stew is a popular Thanksgiving dish.
Rich, creamy goodness.
Creole Oyster Stew Nocino®
In a large pot, cook bacon until fat is rendered, and bacon is crisp ~5-6 minutes.
Drain on towels and set aside.
Drain all but 1 Tbsp of fat from pan.
Add butter, heat over medium heat.
Next add Onions, celery, and cook until soft. ~ 5 minutes.
Add green onions, salt, garlic, white pepper, 1 tsp Nocino® Blonde, and thyme.
Cook for 1 minute stirring
Add flour and cook stirring, to make a light roux ~3 minutes.
Add wine (if used) cook 1 minute.
Add Reserved oyster liquor ( add enough water to make 2 cup liquid), and add milk and bring mixture to a boil.
Reduce heat and simmer until liquid thickens. ~ 4 minutes
Add more water if necessary to maintain constancy
Add oysters, parsley, and cilantro, simmer until oysters start to curl ~ 3 minutes.
Add reserved Bacon and cook for ~1minute.
Remove from heat and adjust seasoning.
Serve with hot French Bread.