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If you hang around me for any length of time, you will soon discover that I am a total soup girl. I love soup! It’s the perfect one-dish meal. And if it contains homemade bone broth, we will receive some added nutritional benefits (e.g. collagen, vitamins, minerals).
FYI, this is a pressure cooker recipe. While I do not own an Instant Pot (mine was a gift, a different brand), I was able to use one while testing, so I’ll include slight variations in the instructions for different brands of pressure cooker.
I think I have made this recipe a half dozen times in the last month. I made it for non-AIP family members, and they loved it. Not one person cast a sideward glance, or asked me what was in it. Everybody just gobbled it up — and had seconds, too!
Besides being delicious, warming and hearty, this soup has five different vegetables in it. (I am trying to get more diversity in my vegetable consumption. You? It’s so easy to get stuck in a rut of sweet potatoes…)
I hope you enjoy this recipe, and that it makes you feel warm and nourished. Wishing you love and healing!
- 1½ pounds chicken tenders
- 1½ cups chopped carrots
- 2 cups chopped white sweet potatoes
- 1½ cups chopped turnips
- 1 cup chopped celery
- ½ cup chopped onion
- 4 cups bone broth (chicken)
- 2 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- 2 teaspoon sea salt
- 1 teaspoon dried thyme
- 1½ cups full fat coconut milk
- 2 tablespoon arrowroot starch
- 2 tablespoon water
- Cut chicken tenders into small(ish) bite-sized pieces, and place in the bottom of a pressure cooker. Add carrots, sweet potatoes, turnips, celery, onion, broth, vinegar, salt and thyme.
- For an Instant Pot, cook on manual for 15 minutes. For some other brands of pressure cookers, cook at 10.5 psi, auto release, for 15 minutes. Once it is done, add coconut milk. Stir to combine.
- For Instant Pot, set to "saute." (Others, "sear.") While it is heating, place arrowroot starch and water in a container with a tight-fitting lid. Shake vigorously to make a slurry. Once the soup is bubbling, add the slurry while stirring. When soup has thickened, turn off pressure cooker. Taste for salt. Adjust if necessary. Serve!