I love making soups during the winter. I love smelling a soup simmer all day in my Crock Pot and I love experimenting with my Instant Pot. One of my personal goals this year is actually to learn to love my Instant Pot.
Last week I was quite proud of myself, I cooked an entire chicken in my Instant Pot using my friend Michelle of Simplify, Live, Love's recipe. This fall I bought a couple of our neighbor kid's 4-H chickens and due to the size, I did have to cut up the chicken to fit in my Instant Pot, but the recipe still worked out great. The chicken fell off the bone and shredded easily. Then, thanks to my friend Sara Ross's InstaStory, I was inspired to toss all of the bones and skin back into my Instant Pot, along with 8 cups of water and then set the Instant Pot to the Soup/Broth program on More mode for two hours. After the bone broth was done, I strained the bones and skin out of the liquid and put the liquid in my refrigerator. The next day I skimmed the fat off the top of the broth and it was time to use my broth and part of my chicken to make my Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup!
Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
4 Tbsp Butter
1 Onion, diced
1 cup Baby Carrots, diced
2 stalks Celery, diced
4 cups Chicken, shredded
8 cups Bone Broth or Chicken Stock
12 oz dry Egg Noodles
Salt and Pepper
Turn Instant Pot on the Saute setting and let the butter melt. Then add the onion, carrots and celery and let cook for a few minutes til tender. Then add your chicken and broth (both of which I made the day before in my Instant Pot). Put the lid on and make sure the valve is turned to sealing. Let the soup cook for 20 minutes on the Soup/Broth program on Normal mode. After the 20 minutes is over, move the valve to release, let it naturally release or quick release and then add the dry egg noodles. Put the lid back on, with the valve on seal and let the noodles rest in the hot soup for 8-10 minutes, til cooked to al dente. Then top you chicken noodle soup with shredded Parmesan cheese and salt and pepper.
Besides making this Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup again, I can't wait to try these other Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Soup Recipes that were shared as part of the Celebrate 365's Soup Swap. Be sure to check out 50+ other stove top and dutch oven soup recipes linked up as well on the soup swap!
Instant Pot Recipes
Beef Stew - Delightful Repast
Stuffed Pepper Soup - The Farwife Feeds
Slow Cooker Recipes
Lasagna Soup - Karen's Kitchen Stories
Beef and Barley Stew - Cheese Curd in Paradise
Potato Soup - The Spiffy Cookie
Pepperoni Pizza Soup - Kate's Recipe Box
Healthy Split Pea Soup - Kelly Lynn's Sweets and Treats
Ham & Bean Soup - Oak Hill Homestead
Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup - The Spiffy Cookie
Perfect Potato Soup - Faith, Family and Technology
Stuffed Pepper Soup - Blogghetti
Tomato Basil Soup - The Spiffy Cookie
Herbed Chicken and Spinach Soup - Jolene's Recipe Journal
Loaded Potato Soup - The Farmwife Feeds
Beef Minestrone - The Tip Garden
White Bean Chicken Chili with Hominy - The Spiffy Cookie
Creamy Potato and Ham Soup - Blogghetti
Either Or Recipes (Instant Pot and Slow Cooker Versions)
Taco Soup - Flint & Co.
Which soup is calling your name now? What is your favorite soup to make in a slow cooker or instant pot?
These all look so good! I love soup this time of year. I generally make it on the stove or slow cooker, but I can see the instant pot making it fast and easy!ReplyDelete
I think the Instant Pot is a great way to get a lot of flavor in a short period of time!Delete
Can’t wait to try these!ReplyDelete
Same here! I already have a couple recipes ingredients ready to go for the next day I'm craving soup!Delete
These all look fantastic! I love how you took us through making your chicken soup and bone broth. Thanks for mentioning my lasagna soup!ReplyDelete
Your welcome. I'm quite proud of that chicken noodle soup. I am starting to finally feel comfortable with my Instant Pot that I've been creating my own recipes with techniques I've learned from others.Delete
I made a list of the ones I want to try! YUM! That chicken noodle looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Val, thank you for including my Instant Pot Beef Stew! Boy, is this ever the weather for soups and stews! All of these sound so good.ReplyDelete
I need to make your recipe soon! It sounds so good.Delete
I just moved so I'm not sure where either my slow cooker or instant part are but once I find them I'm making some of these! Thanks so much for including so many of mine.ReplyDelete
Hope you unpack your slow cooker and instant pot soon!Delete
What a fabulous list. Delicious and nutritious as well as being easy to make and doable with perfectly ordinary ingredients.ReplyDelete