Save any veggie scraps while you're prepping the main meal and throw them in here, too.
Pressure Cooker Turkey Stock
While there’s nothing wrong with slow cooking your turkey stock on the stove, we’re obsessed with the pressure cooker right now. (Bonus: You get a day’s worth of flavor in just an hour’s time.) The super-concentrated stock is perfect for dreamy turkey soup, but would make an outstanding risotto as well.
1 turkey carcass
1 yellow onion, skin on, sliced in half
2 celery stalks
1 bay leaf
1. Combine all the ingredients in the pressure cooker.
2. Top with water all the way to the fill line (about 2 litres). Lock pressure cooker lid, set valve to pressure, and set to pressure cook for 1 hour.
3. Once done, strain the ingredients and use the stock for cooking grains, sauces, or soups.