I’m excited to tell you that I’m loving my new Instant Pot!! My goal here is to share with you all my recipes and I’d love to hear yours as well.
I posted a few years ago my original recipe for Bone Broth, using the traditional 24-48 slow cooker version. This is still a great option but when you’re in a hurry or need to make broth more often, then the Instant Pot is the way to go!
This new recipe is adapted from my friend Lisa over at Farmhouse on Boone. It’s so rich in color and loaded with the same nourishment as my previous recipe. This recipe gels perfectly!
Chicken Bone Broth
Free-Range/Hormone Free bones
4 quarts of cold filtered water
2 tablespoons of vinegar
1 large onion, quartered
2 carrots, cut into large chunks
3 celery sticks
1 bunch of parsley, thyme and/or rosemary
1. Place the bones in the Instant Pot. Make sure to not go above the recommended fill line.
2. Add everything else except the herbs.
3. Add water and cover the bones just slightly.
4. Put your Instant Pot lid on and set it to “Broth” and do a natural pressure release. Set the time for 120 minutes and make sure “Warm” is selected.
5. Go through Step 4 (2) more times. This will give you a total of six hours.
6. On the last round, add any herbs you might like.
Note: If the last round goes into while you’re sleeping, no worries. It will automatically turn over to the “Warm” setting on it’s own. How wonderful is that?
Once cooled, remove all your pieces of veggies and the bones/carcass, discard. Strain the broth to remove any excess pieces and store in the refrigerator for up to 7 days. Pour into freezer safe containers for longer storage.
Here is the one I bought – Instant Pot Duo Plus and it’s on sale right now. If you’re on the fence about getting one, then just go ahead and cross on over and get it. I promise, you won’t regret it LOL.
My life seriously just got easier! I can’t believe it took me three years to even tell myself I needed the Instant Pot. What was I thinking? One of my favorite recipes using bone broth is my homemade green beans. I’m finding that I only need to make bone broth once or twice a week. This is the perfect amount for our family for soups and side dishes and just enough for me to sip on a few mornings throughout the week!
Have you made bone broth in the Instant Pot?
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