Instant Pot Zuppa Toscana Soup Recipe (with optional Low Carb substitutions)
Do you LOVE our Crock Pot Zuppa Toscana Soup as much as we do? Our electric pressure cooker version is just as good and ready in a fraction of the time! Our Instant Pot Zuppa Toscana Soup can be made with traditional ingredients or easily adapted as a low carb recipe.
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time30 mins
Total Time45 mins
Servings: 4 -6
- 1 lb ground pork sausage
- 1/2 cup onion diced
- 1 lb bacon diced
- 1 teaspoon garlic minced
- 4 cups chicken or beef broth
- 1 cup potatoes or cauliflower to make low carb, cut into bite sized chunks
- 2 cups kale thinly sliced with woody parts removed
- 1 cup whipping cream
Brown sausage and bacon with onion and garlic on browning setting in a 6 quart electric pressure cooker.
Drain if desired and return to pan.
Stir in broth scraping the bottom of the pan to remove any brown bits.
Add potatoes or cauliflower and put the lid on, set to seal.
Set the electric pressure cooker to high pressure for 30 minutes with the warming feature turned off.
The pressure cooker will take about 15 minutes to reach pressure before the 30 minutes will start. Once the cooking is done, let it naturally release (don't mess with it) for 15 minutes and then flip to quick release.
Stir in kale and cream and serve.
- This is an electric pressure cooker recipe. If you are looking for the crock pot version of this recipe, here is our traditional version and our low carb version.
- We use a 6 quart Instant Pot to make this soup. Other sizes and models may need adjustments in cooking times and ingredient amounts.
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