Easy Instant Pot Soups

Why work harder when you can work smarter? A multi-cooker cuts down the time and effort required to make some of your favorite comforting soups — without sacrificing that simmered-all-day flavor you love.

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Instant Pot Brunswick Stew

This traditional Southern stew is the perfect combination of delicious tomato broth, hearty vegetables and rich luscious meat. While it's not as thick as many stews, it's one recipe that's sure to fill even the hungriest bellies.

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Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

An Instant Pot can handle a whole chicken, which is perfect for this comforting soup.

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Instant Pot Butternut Squash Soup

Get the flavor of a slow-simmered squash soup in half the time using your trusty multi-cooker.

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Instant Pot Keto Chili

Now you can have a meaty and well-rounded chili with the slow-cooked taste you're craving, ready in just a fraction of the time.

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Instant Pot Black Bean Soup

Thanks to your Instant Pot (gotta love a slow cooker, pressure cooker and stove-top stand-in, all in one), the beans for this creamy soup don't need to be soaked overnight. And they cook, under pressure, for just 1 hour. If you don't have an immersion blender, you can puree the beans in batches in a regular blender (but take care, they will be hot).

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Instant Pot Beef Pho

Beef pho is one of the most beloved dishes in Vietnam, but its famous spice-laced stock can take up to 12 hours to make. By using a multi-cooker, we cut the time down to just over 3 hours — and much of that time is hands-off, making this recipe easier than traditional versions. Don't be nervous about serving the pho with raw sirloin — the hot, steamy stock cooks the beef just enough so that it is meltingly tender.

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Instant Pot Beef Stew

This isn't your Grandma's beef stew: with a little help from a multi-cooker, this hearty dish is possible — even on your busiest weeknight.

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Instant Pot Chicken Posole

Craving Mexican food? Skip the tacos and Tex-Mex and make this hearty chicken and hominy soup instead. It comes together easily with the help of your mutli-cooker — and has all of the flavor you're craving.

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Instant Pot Tex-Mex Beef Stew

The beauty of the multi-cooker is that it can make quick work of dishes that usually spend hours simmering away to tender perfection — like this beef stew ready in just over one hour.

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Instant Pot Split Pea Soup

You can use a regular stovetop pressure cooker for this recipe if you dno't have an Instant Pot. Just heat the broth and vegetables in the pot over medium heat, then seal the pot and set to pressure according to the manufacturer's instructions.

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Instant Pot Chili

A touch of coffee adds depth to this simple but nuanced under-an-hour chili.

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Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup

This quick and easy Instant Pot® soup gets its smoky flavor from a combination of ancho chili powder and canned chipotles in adobo. We call for just enough to add a mild spiciness to the broth, but you can add more if you want to turn up the heat. Put out the toppings on the table so everyone can customize their own bowl.

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Instant Pot Miso Soup

You can achieve an incredibly flavorful broth for homemade miso soup in minutes, thanks to the Instant Pot! Our version has tender shiitakes, creamy tofu, fresh scallions and touch of mirin. We opted for white miso because of its mild, sweet flavor, but feel free to swap in yellow miso for an earthier broth or red miso for more intensity.

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