Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings

Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings created by Pawsfurthought

Love my Instant Pot, and here's one more reason! This yummy soup takes just minutes, but tastes like it was simmered for hours!

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  • Place your pressure cooker on HIGH or BROWN and heat up the butter. Season your chicken (poultry seasoning, salt, pepper and oregano (or thyme if you have it) ) and brown.
  • Add in the onion, celery, carrots, chicken stock and a pinch of salt, pepper. Lock your pressure cooker and cook on HIGH for 8 minutes.
  • MAKE YOUR Dumplings Mix: Whisk together Bisquick, milk, and parmesean cheese. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. (We also added a little oregano in there – optional).
  • Perform a quick release. Let all the steam out. Take off top.
  • Set the pressure cooker back to high. Add in your corn and let simmer. Leave the lid off.
  • Grab a spoon and drop in your dumplings into the bubbling pressure cooker until entire batter is in pot. Let dumplings simmer for 8-10 minutes. Remember to keep the lid off.
  • Turn off the heat. When you are ready to serve, stir in your cream. Add some more salt and pepper (to taste) and ENJOY.
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"Love my Instant Pot, and here's one more reason! This yummy soup takes just minutes, but tastes like it was simmered for hours!"
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  1. Anonymous
    The first time I made this was great but the las 2 times my dumplings were inedible and doughy- I looked back at my traditional recipe and it says to cook the dumplings 15 min COVERED and don’t peek - since the dumpling part of this recipe is not under pressure I would recommend cooking longer and covering
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  2. Pawsfurthought
    While corn is mentioned, I usually omit that in mine. Also, the amount of cayenne is to taste. If 1 full teaspoon seems too potent, reduce to 1/2.
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  3. Pawsfurthought
    Per reviews, I see that corn is mentioned in the directions but not the ingredients. That's because I took this recipe and made it my own by adding and subtracting some stuff...corn would be something I've never put in. Also, I usually half the amount of cayenne. ??
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  4. Deb29
    Corn is mentioned in the directions but is not listed in the ingredients list.
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  5. Doug M.
    This recipe needs to be revised, it's only about half complete.
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