Instant Pot Turkey Noodle Soup
This Instant Pot Turkey Noodle Soup recipe will make you think comfort food! Plus it was so easy to make. It is the perfect easy dinner recipe.
It took me less than 30 minutes to make this delicious instant pot turkey noodle soup for my family. I was so impressed at how easy it was and how fast it cooked. We will definitely be making more recipes with our instant pot!
I do advise that you use caution when using a pressure cooker especially when releasing the steam. But it really was simple and this was a great first recipe for me to try making. You could easily make it with chicken too.
What I love is that it is a great recipe to make the day after Thanksgiving or with leftover turkey from a holiday. I am always looking for easy recipes to make with my leftovers. Cook once and eat twice!
I served this Instant Pot Turkey Noodle Soup with bread sticks. Everyone loved it Be sure to try it, you will not be disappointed!
Instant Pot Turkey Noodle Soup
- 2 Tbsp butter
- 1 small onion diced
- 2-3 clove garlic minced
- 3-4 carrots diced
- 2 stalks celery chopped
- 2 Cups cooked turkey shredded or diced
- 7 Cups chicken broth
- 6 oz noodles of your choice
- 1 tsp dried basil
- salt and pepper to taste
- In your Instant Pot, combine the onion, garlic, carrot and celery along with the butter.
- Push saute and let the veggies cook for 4-5 minutes.
- Turn off the saute function, and add the chicken, broth and noodles - place the lid on the Instant Pot and lock, ensure the valve is closed.
- Push manual (high) and set the timer for 4 minutes.
- The pot will take 8-10 minutes to come to pressure, then will count down the 4 minutes.
- Once it beeps, slowly release the pressure and open the lid.
- Add salt/pepper and basil to taste.
- Serve and enjoy!
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Did you do natural pressure release or did you manually release the pressure after the cooking time was up?
Manual release. Thanks!
When you placed noodles in instant pot were they uncooked?
What size Instant Pot do you have?
Thank you for sharing this recipe! It’s the first one I’ve made in my IP. I used gold potatoes instead of noodles. Yum! My family loved it, too!
I’ve never been a fan of homemade turkey/chicken soup… I think it had to do with my Dad always missing a bone when he made it back when I was a kid. This is awesome and so easy. The first time I made it I used left over turkey from Christmas and this time I used some rotisserie chicken I had frozen in the freezer. This is so tasty and satisfying on a cold day. It freezes great too.
If you are using leftover pre-cooked turkey, when do you put it in?
I am making it as we speak. I used fresh basil as I didn’t have dry and I added small chopped potatoes .. Fingers crossed
Thank you. Very tasty!
When do you put in the turkey meat?
Just at the end you stir the cooked turkey meat into the pot.
This was the absolute best chicken/ turkey soup recipe I have ever tried. The flavor was so delicious, and the recipe is so simple. I made this In my insta pot and couldn’t be happier with the turn out. I added extra broth because I added more ingredients And it still turned out wonderful, u would love to see more exceptional Simple insta pot recipes. Thank you.
I’m using 2 uncooked turkey legs to make this soup.
What do you recommend? What setting do I use for my instant pot? Soup? Poultry? Or pressure cook?
The whole family loves this soup. My 10 year-old grand-daughter likes soup but she had 3 bowls for supper and wants the leftovers to take to school for lunch.
Can I freeze the soup? If so how long will it stay good for?