by Rick Goldman
One of the healthiest foods on the face of this earth is soup. This food is also very easy and simple to cook if you want it to be that way. Otherwise, we can make one Massive Pot of soup out of your ingredients! Today we will see a pressure cooker chicken soup recipe. This recipe will be very easy to make. We have kept this dish very simple for you to understand with a lot of explanations. It is probably one of the easiest recipes, undoubtedly.
The beauty of soup is that you can make it very quickly using a pressure cooker. We will use a whole chicken (you can choose just the meatless carcass or any part of a chicken in any amount), celery, onions, and carrots. The last 3 are aromatic vegetables. You can also throw in some egg whites or whole eggs for increased nourishment. Slow cooking of this soup takes only about an hour in the pressure cooker. It is the best food for any patient with a cold or fever.
We use a pressure cooker to reduce the time it takes to cook any food. In a pressure cooker, you can reduce the cooking time significantly. When you are cooking slow, you reduce the heat more than usual and do other work for an hour without any tension. Once the cooking is done, the cooker automatically switches its mode to ‘warming.’ So, no pressure with a pressure cooker. By the way, we are going to use an electric pressure cooker.
You know what? Get the cooker, put water, and put everything. Close the lid and set the timer, and forget. After an hour you will have your soup!!
For soup, use the whole chicken. The chicken carcass or the bones will make your soup tasty, nourishing and rich. You can cook with the skin on or without it. It is up to you. But if you have a cholesterol problem, then leaving the skin out will be a good thing.
Here are some tips for you.
You can add many other things to the soup.
If your household lacks a pressure cooker, use a pot with a heavy lid to stop steam from leaking too much. And the rest is the same. You need to cook the chicken on simmering heat.
If you are using the whole chicken, then put the chicken breast side up.
One by one, put all the ingredients first, then add water. Add four teaspoons of salt. If necessary, you can add more later.
This is an amazing soup. It will immediately improve your stamina and replenish your energy. People with cold will find it tasty and nourishing. Even if you do not have anyone suffering from sickness, consider cooking this once in a while.
About Rick Goldman
Rick Goldman's grandpa was a captain of a California coast cruise. This afforded Rick the luxury of traveling to exciting places along the Pacific Coast as a young boy. He got to try different, exotic foods on these journeys - something he really enjoys blogging about from his grandpa's beautiful garden home today.