Easy "Instant" Double-Strength Chicken Broth


I like to have homemade chicken broth within an arms reach whenever I'm making soup or for a recipe where the broth is needed. Now that soup season is at our back doorstep I decided to make a batch to freeze. I know I've posted a similar recipe however this one for Easy "Instant" Double-Strength Chicken Broth is for those soups where the broth is the star. This one has double the chicken flavor and is delicious enough to sip on its own or as a backdrop to egg noodles. It's made in the Instant Pot, so it comes together fairly quickly.


Ingredients for Easy "Instant" Double-Strength Chicken Broth:

yields 3 quarts


4 1/2-5 pounds chicken drumsticks

1-quart chicken broth

5 cups of water

5 springs of parsley

2 stalks celery, halved

1 large onion, peeled and quartered


You will need a pressure cooker for this recipe. I have the 6 cup Instant Pot Ultra and love it. Click Here for more information on my Instant Pot.


Time-Saving Tip: Prepare the broth weeks in advance and freeze.

Let's see what we need.

We're ready to cook.



Place the chicken in the pot. Pour in the broth, water, and vegetables. Please keep in mind this is a 6-quart instant pot and not to go past the MAX line. If your pot is smaller decrease the amount of water added to the pot. Cook on High Pressure for 22 minutes, allow pressure to naturally release for 25 minutes and then manually release the rest of the pressure. Strain the broth and reserve the chicken for another use such as salad or tacos.


It's ready! Easy "Instant" Double-Strength Chicken Broth is delicious.


Enjoy!


Easy "Instant" Double-Strength Chicken Broth:

yields 3 quarts

  • 4 1/2-5 pounds chicken drumsticks

  • 1-quart chicken broth

  • 5 cups of water

  • 5 springs of parsley

  • 2 stalks celery, halved

  • 1 large onion, peeled and quartered

  • You will need a pressure cooker for this recipe. I have the 6 cup Instant Pot Ultra and love it. Click Here for more information on my Instant Pot.

  • Place the chicken in the pot. Pour in the broth, water, and vegetables. Please keep in mind this is a 6-quart instant pot and not to go past the MAX line. If you're pot is smaller decrease the amount of water added to the pot. Cook on High Pressure for 22 minutes, allow pressure to naturally release for 25 minutes and then manually release the rest of the pressure. Strain the broth and reserve the chicken for another use such as salad or tacos.

  • Time-Saving Tip: Prepare the broth weeks in advance and freeze.


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