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Pressure Cooker Turkey Stock

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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.

Makes about 4 quarts

1 turkey carcass

1 yellow onion, skin on, sliced in half

2 carrots

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.

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