This past week I have been sick with the plague….aka a sinus infection.
For someone like me, who is constantly full of energy and always moving, being sick is not only uncomfortable, but it’s annoying. I hate being bed-ridden and exhausted, especially when I am dying to get in the kitchen and cook.
So after 3 days of a stuffy nose, sore throat, and headache, I decided I needed to make my mom’s cure-all: Chicken Soup.
As I stated before, I was exhausted and not much in the mood for waiting for a chicken soup to cook and get flavor and blah blah blah….so I busted out my awesome Pressure Cooker to get the job done fast.
You won’t believe the amount of flavor you can impart in a soup in a Pressure Cooker in such a small amount of time.
When doing this recipe, you can use dark or white meat Chicken – but make sure you get it ON THE BONE! This is one of the best ways to impart flavor into a soup easily. Add in a few fresh herbs like thyme and parsley and the flavor is just perfect.
So next time you’re sick – try this recipe out – and invest in a Pressure Cooker, they’re incredible!
Pressure Cooked Chicken Soup
Chicken Soup made in a Pressure Cooker