Instant Pot Reuben Soup
I adore a tasty Reuben and I love a hearty soup! So I married my two favorites and created this easy Instant Pot Reuben Soup! It is “National ‘Eat Like an Irishman’ Day” on March 17th and this would be a great recipe to celebrate with!
You could also make this Reuben Soup recipe in a slow cooker if you do not have an Instant Pot (click HERE to find the Instant Pot I adore). I would modify the directions by placing the ingredients into a 6-quart slow cooker, cover and cook on low for 2 hours or on HIGH for 45 minutes.
This Instant Pot Reuben Soup tastes amazing leftover so I suggest making a double batch for an easy ketogenic meal on a chilly day!
Top 10 Instant Pot Accessories
Did you hear the news? I am writing a Keto Instant Pot book! But this is not just any Instant Pot cookbook. This keto cookbook has almost 200 recipes with BOTH Instant Pot directions AND slow cooker directions!
If you do not have an Instant Pot yet, I have to tell you, I am not a gadget girl and I adore my slow cooker. I like the idea of filling my slow cooker the night before, place the shell in the fridge overnight and turning it on in the morning and allow the meal to cook while I am working or exploring nature all day. However, the Instant Pot was easy to fall in love with. It is also a slow cooker! And on days when I forget to plan ahead, I can make a delicious meal in minutes. Click HERE to find the Instant Pot I love.
I do however suggest an 8 quart Instant Pot if you can. Like Julia Child said, “Always start out with a larger pot than what you think you need.”
Here are my Top 10 Instant Pot Accessories to make your life easier!
1. 4 ounces Ramekins or 4 ounce Mason Jars
You do not want to miss out on my Upside Down Maple Bacon Mini Cheesecake recipe! As well as Mocha Fudge Cake and others like Creme Brûlée and you will be running out to get these if you do not have any.
I didn’t have a bundt pan that fit into my Instant Pot but when I wrote a delicious recipe for Instant Pot Pumpkin Glazed Bundt Cake and Instant Pot Zucchini Bundt Cake, the only thing that fit was a 6 cup Bundt pan and it was totally worth it.
If you start using your Instant Pot a lot, which I think you will, you will want to get a few extra rings to ensure a proper seal.
It is also nice to have rings for savory, sweet and seafood dishes. Flavors transfer easy and using rings for different cuisines helps ensure your cheesecake doesn’t have a fishy taste! You can even get different colors so you know what color is for savory versus sweet Instant Pot recipes.
A silicone lid is great if you are like me and are a minimalist, you will love this simple silicone lid, all you do is place this over the insert of your instant pot and store leftovers in the fridge for less dirty dishes!
Gripper clips are something I invested in after getting burnt too many times by trying to lift out hot food from the Instant Pot. Totally worth the money in my eyes!
A springform pan is great for making cheesecakes and a 7 inch fits perfectly into a 6 quart Instant Pot. I made a few recipes including my crustless cheesecake in the 6 inch springform pan.
I also suggest a 4 inch mini springform pan. For some reason mini food and mini cakes are always so adorable and decadent. You will definitely want a 4 inch springform pan to make my Lover’s Cheesecake!
I love my Instant Pot steamer basket for fish and Alfredo veggie recipe! The steamer basket has a perfectly designed little hook that helps you lift the basket from the Instant pot when your dish is finished (again, helped me from burning my hands once again). It also is sold with an extra sealing ring, which is always nice to have extra!
I love using these pans to reheat leftover in my Instant Pot! It is even awesome for heating up various dishes, Egg Roll in a Bowl in one with Sesame Veggies in the other, seal and press Manual for 5 minutes and tada! Dinner is ready in an Instant (Pot!) lol!
Instant Pots come with an Inner Pot. The reason I like to have a few extra is because I like to store leftovers in the pot I cooked in for less dirty dishes. But too often I was frustrated I didn’t have a clean Inner pot when I wanted to test a recipe. This is when I bought a few extra and I was super happy I did!
If you are like me and still love slow cooking, you will want a glass lid for the slow cooker option on your Instant Pot. It is also nice to be able to see the cooking going on inside the pot!
This Instant Pot accessory is a BONUS because I am a minimalist and like to keep things simple so I have made hard boiled eggs without this; however, if you like gadgets, the Egg Steamer Rack is nice to have in the Instant Pot so the eggs don’t roll around and break.
Those are my top picks! I hope that you enjoy my Keto Instant Pot book! It was a labor of love! Watch for pre-release this Fall!
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- 1 (8oz) package cream cheese, softened (Kite Hill cream cheese if dairy free)
- 2½ cups (or 1 box Kettle and Fire) Beef Broth
- ¼ cup minced onion
- 1½ cups sauerkraut
- 1 cup finely grated Swiss cheese (omit if dairy free)
- 2 cups corned beef, sliced into thin strips (to resemble noodles)
- 1 teaspoon fine grain sea salt
- ½ teaspoon fresh ground pepper
- Garnish with fresh oregano sprigs
- Place the cream cheese and broth into a 6 quart Instant Pot. Use a whisk to combine well. Add the rest of the ingredients. Close the lid tightly and close the vent. Press “SOUP”.
- Once the timer goes off, release the pressure naturally, using NPR. It may take 20 minutes for the vent to open. Serve garnished with fresh oregano sprigs.
355 calories, 25g fat, 27g protein, 4g carbs, 0.1g fiber
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