This Instant Pot Chicken Split Pea Soup Recipe is unique and fantastic. Its light, but also tastes rich and satisfying. Thanks to magical little kitchen appliances like the Instant Pot that does a lot of the work for you, the recipe is easier than ever, and the peas always turn out super soft. Packed with high-fiber vegetables like yellow peas, carrots, and potato, this bowl of goodness checks every box in a season like this.
I shredded leftover large chicken breast. Before making the soup (or even the night before) you can season one breast with garlic salt, black ground pepper, and Mrs. Dash seasoning and bake in the oven for 15 minutes at 400 F (204 C) or use any leftover chicken (or any meat, really) from the last night dinner.
For this recipe, I’ve used homegrown carrots, potatoes, and parsley, but store-bought produce will work perfectly as well. Also, I used frozen dill, but if you have fresh dill it works best.
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