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Instant Pot Classic Chicken Noodle Soup- With Two Secret Ingredients That Have Proven Medicinal Benefits

Instant Pot yet again saves our life by instantly making this flavorful Chicken Noodle Soup that is so delicious that you will keep craving for seconds and it will soon become your family favorite. When winter holds my family in its icy grip, we rely on this hearty, old fashioned, family recipe for Chicken Noodle Soup to warm us down. It’s our own family recipe now shared with you – full of veggies and secret herbs that gives it a rich flavor. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

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Simmer up this Chicken Noodle Soup and add hearty vegetables full of vitamins and nutritional values like carrots, celery onions and fresh herbs. Don’t forget the two secret ingredients that I have added here are high on their medicinal values and add extra flavor and zing to the dish.

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Main ingredients
• 1 tablespoon butter
• 1 teaspoon oil
• ½ lb. chicken breast (approx. 2 chicken breasts)
• ½ onion finely chopped
• 1 teaspoon turmeric powder
• 1 tablespoon dried thyme
• ½ cup celery diced
• ½ cup carrots, diced
• 1-inch ginger peeled and slightly crushed for juices to come out
• 2 tablespoon fresh parsley, finely chopped
• 8 cups, chicken broth
• 2 cups, Homestyle noodles, thick, extra wide, uncooked
• Salt to taste
• Dash of pepper
• 1 teaspoon fresh parsley, finely chopped for garnishing

Essential Information:
• 6 quart or larger Instant Pot/ Pressure Cooker
• Prep Time: 5 minutes
• Pressure building Time: 10 minutes
• Pressure Cook Time: 0 minutes
• Natural Pressure Release Time: 10 minutes
• Total Time: 25 minutes
• Yield: 4 servings
• Category: Instant Pot/ Pressure Cooker
• Cuisine: American

Step by step instructions

Follow these proven steps to make this your own

Step1: Prep the Instant Pot/ Pressure Cooker for searing Chicken

Plug in the Instant Pot and remove the lid. Press “Sauté” key and wait till it says “Hot” on the screen, now add butter and oil to the steel pot and then immediately add chicken breast and let it sear. Turn the breasts over so the other side gets seared too. Sear the chicken breast until they are not pink anymore and are almost done. Remove the breasts and let them rest.

Step2: Add Vegetables

Now to the steel pot while it is still hot and is on “Sauté” mode, add onions and sauté, also add dried thyme and turmeric powder. Now add celery and carrots and sauté again. Deglaze the pot well. Finally add all the rest of the ingredients to the steel insert accept chicken like, ginger root, chicken broth and noodles. Combine everything well.

Step3: Add Seared chicken

The chicken should have cooled down and rested a little, cut the breasts into cubes and add them to the pot.

Step4: Setting the Instant Pot/ Pressure Cooker

Place the lid on the Instant Pot and lock it, switch the “Steam release handle” to Sealing/Close. Now press the “Pressure cook/Manual” function on the control panel. Adjust the time using the “+ or -” key and select 0 minutes of cooking time. The default pressure level is set to “High” so don’t change it. Once you select the time, wait till it says “ON” on the screen. Now the pressure will build and once the pressure builds, the timer will start counting down from 0. Since our cook time is only 0 minutes, the Instant Pot will automatically switch to “Keep Warm” after it has reached its pressure of) minutes. Now do the “Natural Pressure Release” (NPR) for 10 minutes, after 10 minutes do “Quick Pressure Release”. Once the pot has released the pressure and the safety pin has dropped, carefully open the lid.

Put Noodle Soup in Serving Bowls

Once you open the lid, ladle the soup into bowls. Discard the ginger root as and when you find it.

Step 6: Garnish and Serve

Sprinkle with fresh parsley and add a dash of pepper. Serve hot. Enjoy!

” Their is a science behind why Chicken Noodle Soup is known to be a herbal remedy. This soup helps soothe cold symptoms, likely because the warm broth thins nasal mucus so it can clear more easily. Soup in general hydrates, making it a smart meal pick when you are sick. The secret ingredient ginger, is known to be an anti-inflammatory that helps to relieve a sore throat quickly, and also kill rhinovirus, which causes colds in the first place. Also, turmeric has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant. Adding these two ingredients makes this soup one of the best remedies for someone who is feeling under the weather or otherwise.
The flavors of this soup are such that you will keep craving for seconds and it will soon become your family favorite. . ..”from Jyoti Sawant @ SizzlingPots


• Make sure to sear the chicken breast well before adding other ingredients or else the chicken remains undercooked.
• Don’t forget to discard the ginger root as it is too chunky and overpowering to eat it in one bite. Optionally you can add 1 tablespoon of grated ginger root if you don’t find it overpowering. My family loves ginger root so I typically add grated ginger to the soup, which gives the soup an extra kick.

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