Pressure Cooked Pasta Premium PD Recipe


Just when you thought dinner prep couldn’t get easier, you are given this recipe to eliminate the overcooked, boil over mess, give it a stir, turn it down, watch the pot, check the texture, lift and drain pasta cooking task. This recipe is perfect to assist if you are new to cooking or can’t confidently manage draining a heavy pot of boiling water. This is my preferred pasta cooking method. The reduced amount of water used in this recipe allows for clean filtered water to be used. Your favorite sauce will surround and stick to each individual starch coated perfectly cooked hot noodle, offering a more appealing texture than when pasta is drained and tossed. The ease of this electric pressure cooker strainer-free pasta cook-and-sauce toss technique will have you calling “dinner’s ready” in under 15 minutes.

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Comments (4)

  1. posted by Pattye Olmack on April 30, 2018

    This recipe (especially in the instant pot) is so fast, easy, and most importantly, delicious. The preserved lemons are wonderful!

  2. posted by Marie Cayuela on August 23, 2017

    Made this tonight with Bolognese sauce. It’s AMAZING!!! Can’t say I wasn’t at least a little sceptical because the one pot pressure cooked pasta recipe turned out mushy on me last time. But not this time! Great recipe and a game changer for me & my family. Two thumbs up! Thanks Julie Marie.

  3. posted by Charlotte Hammons on August 22, 2017

    Can you divide the recipe in half successfully?

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