This was a very comforting, chicken-noodle tasting kind of recipe! The original recipe calls for ground beef, but I used ground turkey instead as we navigate an elimination diet in our house. The recipe also calls for making this on the stovetop, however since I significantly increase serving size and ingredients I opted for making this in the Instant Pot on the sauté mode. Six pounds of ground turkey is not getting cooked in one or even two batches on the stovetop. I definitely encourage using the food processor to thinly chop the vegetables as it saves you time chopping them yourself and they will cook faster. Plus, everything tastes better bite-size, in my opinion! This is how you can sneak more vegetables into your kids and family member's lives who don't enjoy eating their veggies. Anyways, I scaled back the broth some but kept the ingredient amounts the same for everything else. We really enjoyed this meal all week long and like I mentioned before, it reminded us of a chicken noodle soup. If you're experimenting with an elimination diet or just trying to get back to eating whole foods then this is a great recipe for you!
Fail-Proof, AIP Recipe with Ground Turkey (Paleo, GF, DF)
For a quicker version of this AIP recipe with ground beef, add less broth and cook on higher heat for 30 minutes after you add in the beef.
Original recipe found here
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