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Saturday, March 14, 2020

Fissler Souspreme Multi-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

Pressure cookers make our lives so much easier. Not only do they take the cooking time down to a fraction of what it would be on the stove or oven, but more often than not it’s only a one pot type of meal. If you Haven’t gotten a pressure cooker yet, I urge you to try one. Fissler’s Souspreme Multi-Pot is one that may be perfect for you.





Check out some of it’s features below. I also wanted to share with you a great and super easy recipe. It’s always a good time for Chicken Noodle Soup, but right now seems even better with so many of us not feeling well. The cook time on the soup is under 20 mins and it will taste like it was simmering for hours.  

Ingredients
 
  • 1 large onion 
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 large chicken breasts 
  • 1 cup chopped carrots 
  • 1 cup chopped celery 
  • 1 tablespoon parsley 
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 6 cups chicken broth or stock
  • 4 oz egg noodles 
  • salt & pepper to taste






Directions

1.    Cut up the onion, carrots, celery, and parsley
2.    Set Fissler’s Souspreme Multi-Pot to sauté and cook the onion in the olive oil until softened.
3.    Add all remaining ingredients except the noodles. Press soup button and lower time to 10 mins.
4.    Release pressure, remove the bay leaf and chicken breasts.
5.    Turn back on to sauté, once it starts to boil add the noodles.
6.    While noodles cook you can shred the chicken with a fork.
7.    Once noodles are tender stir the chicken back in and add salt and pepper to taste.
8.    Serve immediately and ENJOY!






18 cooking programs

The Fissler’s Souspreme Multi-Pot has 18 cooking programs already done for you. This way all you have to do is press a button and the time is already programed for you. If you have a custom time you can do it yourself as well. I love the programed ones like soup and then depending on the soup, you just adjust from there. Other programs are like chicken, oatmeal, eggs, rice and so many more.
Pressure Cooker and more



It’s a pressure cooker but you can use it as so much more. I haven’t used it yet for the sous vide but it’s on my to do list. I love that you don’t need to buy a specific sous vide machine as they can be pricy. You can also use the multi pot as a slow cooker, which most people don’t think of when they think of a pressure cooker, but it does have that option.

Overall I found the Fissler’s Souspreme Multi-Pot super easy to use and for under $100 you can’t beat the price. You can find recipes on their site if you need some ideas, and they look amazing!



If you have a pressure cooker, what is your favorite recipe and if you haven’t ventured into the pressure cooker world what would you like to try?

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9 comments:

  1. This looks great! I'm going to try recreating it, just without the chicken and with vegetable brother, since my family is all vegetarian. :-)

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  2. that looks fabulous. i love making chicken in my instant pot that looks similar to what you use. it comes out so tender and juicy!

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  3. A soup is always warming and comforting and by the look of it, it tastes delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe and I will try it with my family. @ knycx.journeying

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  4. i think this soup aside from healthy is surely delicious, looking from the ingredients. i would love to try this. <3

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  5. I have all the ingredients for this and will give it a shot today while I’m stuck working from home

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  6. I want to do your Fissler Souspreme Multi-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup! I'll do my own version despite the limited resources. It looks so yummy!

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  7. I am actually going to give this a go...looks like a really yummy option for sure xx

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  8. Love chicken soup. Such a healthy family meal. Great option for flue season too.

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