How to Make Chicken Broth in the Ninja Foodi

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I finally learned how to make chicken broth in our Ninja Foodi and it has saved us a lot of time, propane, and money. Let me show you how we use our Ninja Foodi to simplify life and save us money.

I never thought that making homemade chicken broth would be this easy to do in your own home.

I had this idea floating around in my head that it would take a whole lot to make chicken broth…

But, I was wrong.

Why We Love Making Food in the Ninja Foodi

So, this thing air fries, bakes, roasts, slow cooks, and pressure cooks all in one device!

How cool is that?

Another amazing thing? You can make your broth and then roll right into air frying a steak (after wiping it out of course).

OH, and you can make homemade french fries and homemade zucchini chips in this thing also!

How to Make Chicken Broth in Your Ninja Foodi

I do things a tad bit different than some folks might when it comes to making broth in the Ninja Foodi.

I will pressure cook the chicken bones first and then I’ll slow cook it the rest of the time.

This can help to cut the cooking time down and gives a rich flavor to the broth.

One recent batch of broth left me crying due to my own fault. See, I had left my jarred broth on the counter overnight. ?

Talk about a huge letdown! It was some really good broth too.

chicken and fixings in a pot

Why Should You Make Chicken Broth?

Making your chicken broth at home over buying broth is a huge money saver and you will know the quality amazing.

And, if you’re sensitive to certain things or allergic to items you can make sure that what you put in the broth is good for you and won’t trigger anything.

On top of that, you can add fresh herbs to the broth and make it a “healing” sort of broth.

Are your kids showing signs of a cold or have the sniffles? Drop some oregano and maybe some rosemary in the broth to help with fighting that cold.

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Benefits of Making Your Own Broth

  • You get to control what goes in the broth.
  • You are able to season it how you want to.
  • There’s never any question about the quality.
  • You can store it how you want.
  • It’s cheaper.

If you’re already buying whole chicken or bone-in chicken then saving the bones to make chicken broth should be a no-brainer.

You can roast a whole chicken, pick off the meat, store the bones in the freezer for a big batch or use it immediately to make broth.

Want to make some beef broth? Stay tuned for a recipe.