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Subject:  Re: Instant Pot / Pressurized cooking Date:  12/31/2019  2:25 PM
Author:  alstroemeria Number:  56512 of 56639

If you've been adding commercial canned/boxed chicken broth to soups/stews/etc, just try making homemade chicken broth in your Instant Pot. You won't want to go back!

I tend to throw a chicken carcass--like a roast or rotisserie chicken with not much meat left on the bones, half an onion, couple celery ribs, couple carrots, a garlic clove, a bay leaf, a few peppercorns and a splash of vinegar or lemon juice (supposedly leaches more minerals from the bones) into the IP for 60-120 minutes. If planning to use for Asian dishes, I might add a few slices of ginger root, a star anise seed pod and some coriander seeds.
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