|4cups diced chicken|
An average-sized, boneless, chicken breast is 150-250g (6-8 oz).
For a Faster cooking time, opt for skinless, boneless chicken breast and use cut-up or cubed chicken breast in an electric pressure cooker.
Use 1 tsp (5g) concentrated Chicken Broth Mix for 1 cup of water. Chicken broth powder usually has high sodium content, so treat it as flavoured salt. If more “saltiness” is desired, add a teaspoon of salt, stir, taste, and repeat.
Whenever I need hot or boiling water for anything, I use my Electric kettle. Electric kettles are constructed to boil water Faster than a pot on the stove. Tea and coffee are a given, but think beyond that: Cooking vegetables? Making soup? Cooking corn? Poaching chicken? Boil your water in your electric kettle and then pour it into the pot you need. Most electric kettles automatically shut off when the water has reached a full boil. Which means you can fill it with water, turn it on, and leave the room to do something else. No worry, no mess, and time-saver.
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