Bone broth is an essential in our home.
It’s a daily drink, as well as using it to make rice, sauces, and soups. I make it in the crock pot often, but when it’s hot outside, having the extra heat for 6-8 hours in the kitchen does make a difference in whether or not we are comfortable while eating our meals.
Watch the video to get all the details on using a carcass from a cut up chicken to make broth too.
When I first got my pressure cooker, I was excited about all the pasta meals I could make quickly.
It did make life a lot easier to load it up with rice and then set the timer in the morning and have perfectly cooked rice at dinner. So, I experimented and found what works best for me while making bone broth. You can make any bone broth in the pressure cooker, from chicken to beef and even fish. My favorite pressure cooker has been this amazing InstaPot, available here from my affiliate partner, but you can easily adjust this recipe to fit any pressure cooker you already have.
To begin your bone broth in the pressure cooker, you will need bones.
Duh, right? Well, to make chicken bone broth, I start out by cooking a whole chicken in the pressure cooker.
Add in 3 carrots, one onion, cut in half, 2 celery ribs and 1 clove garlic
The procedure is the same for beef bone broth.
The only difference is:
Both recipes make approximately 3 quarts of delicious bone broth in the InstaPot pressure cooker. How do you keep up with a high demand for a food item in your home?