Healthy 1-Minute Instant Pot Wonton Vegetable Soup
Winter is soup season! And this Healthy 1-Minute Instant Pot Wonton Vegetable Soup is perfect for chilly winter evenings. It’s hearty, filling, full of protein (hello, bone broth!), healthy and delicious! And the best part is, it’s only got 4 ingredients and a 1 minute cook time! What are you waiting for?
A while ago, I bought some frozen chicken wontons from Costco, and they’ve just been hanging out in my freezer. Since it’s January, one of my resolutions has been to do less grocery shopping and more pantry-and-freezer emptying. I came across these wontons and thought they’d make a great, quick Healthy, 1-Minute Instant Pot Wonton Vegetable Soup, and they’d also be perfect for Camden to eat, too.
I was right on both accounts.
Now, this soup has 4 ingredients and a cook time of 1 minute. Yep, just one minute (of course, your Instant Pot will take a little bit to come to pressure as well). It couldn’t possibly be easier.
Let’s face it; it would probably be more difficult (and definitely more time consuming) to go to a Chinese restaurant and order this soup than it would to make it in your pressure cooker.
To make this soup:
Add 4 cups of water and 4 cups of bone broth to your Instant Pot. Dump in 3 cups of frozen mixed vegetables (I used carrots, peas and corn). Drop in 30 wontons.
Close your Instant Pot and seal. Set to ‘manual’ for 1 minute.
QR when the time goes off.
See? It really couldn’t be any easier.
TIP: You can use normal chicken or vegetable broth if you don’t have bone broth. And my bone broth is very low sodium, so if yours is too, you might want to add just a pinch of salt to taste.
- 4 c. bone broth
- 4 c. water
- 30 frozen, fully cooked wontons
- 3 c. mixed vegetables
Add water and bone both to Instant Pot.
Dump in vegetables and wontons. Give everything a quick stir.
Close lid and seal valve. Set to 'manual' for 1 minute.
Quick release the pressure when the timer goes off. Enjoy!