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|By :Dr. Karen Lee|
|Browse Category||Soups, Stews & Broths|
|Diet||Celiac, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Paleo|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||10 minutes|
|Cook Time||30 minutes|
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Dr. Karen Lee is a certified chiropractor and a current stay at home mom. She started a family practice focusing on nutrition, women’s health, and children’s health. Eventually, Lee sold her practice and decided to be a support system for her busy family.
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This was really good and super easy. I used chicken broth instead of water for more flavor
Very good! I would cut back on the ginger next time but it
Was still very very good!!
I used chicken stock instead of water, and omitted the ginger. I also added cooked egg noodles into the hot soup just before serving.
It was very good-I would make it again.
This soup is so easy to make, so fast and so delicious I made myself some when I had a cold. The wait is not even noticeable. Yummy!
I used radishes and leftout the ginger.
Delicious soup. I will add some rice and extra water to compensate for the rice next time.
Sometimes simple and easy is the best as was in this case with this wonderful recipe. I made it tonight for dinner and it was delicious. I did, however, leave out the ginger and felt that next time I make it, yes there will be a next time, I will add 6 cups of liquid instead of 4. I added more stock to my leftovers because there just wasn’t enough liquid. The flavor and simplicity of making this soup was just really perfect.
Great recipe, i made it with turkey instead of chicken, used turkey soup stock instead of water and I doubled the quantities to make a larger batch. I found doubling everything worked well except the pepper…coyld have cut that back a bit. Also I used a cup and a half of rice instead of the turnip. Had to add water after cooking was done as i think the rice absorbed some. Turned out great though. Will follow this recipe again for turkey or chicken soup!
My first time using my instapot, so i didnt realize tgat it was going to take and extra 20 min to pre-heat and 40 minutes to de-pressurize.
I added the rice like suggested and i found it turned it into stew almost… the rice was mushy and didnt evn look like rice.
Also found it lacking in flavour. I wouldnt make it again