This pressure cooker conversion of a classic Italian pasta dish promises creamy broccoli, crispy sausage and al dente pasta. This dish is a flavorful one pot meal that...
pressure cooker pasta & sauce recipes
These are combination recipes that pressure cook the pasta and the sauce together in the pressure cooker, or the sauce is simply made while the pasta is pressure cooking and added afterwards.
In addition to being a convenient one pot solution, pressure cooker pasta uses fewer resources, too. You’re not boiling a big pot of water, and then tossing it down the drain – only enough water to rehydrate the pasta. There is less clean-up: just one pot to wash – no need for a separate sauce pot or colander. Pressure cooking pasta uses less energy – because there is less water to heat, and it takes less time.
QUICK! Pressure Cooked Pasta with Tuna and Capers
Everyone in Italy cooks, knows and loves this pasta recipe but it's almost unknown in America - where tuna and pasta typically bring visions of a cold pasta salad and not the cozy family...
Pressure Cooker Pasta Casserole! A Cheesy, Meaty, Mess!
In Italy, whenever you bake a pasta that's not meant to be baked (like lasagne and cannelloni) you get a delicious pasticcio... mess! This recipe can actually end up as one of two dishes. Once the...
Pressure Cooker Mac & Cheese Italian Style!
This recipe is the Roman version of Mac 'n Cheese - fresher, lighter and well... Italian! Even though you add the "sauce" after pressure cooking, this recipe takes advantage of the boiling...
Pressure Cooker Pasta with Spinach Pesto – Casarecce ai Spinaci
This recipe was born out of desperation and improvisation during a long Austrian winter. I turned to spinach when basil was nowhere in sight and we'd had about all of the tomato sauce we could...
Spicy Pressure Cooked Pasta Butterflies
Here are the recipe and “secret formula” to always get perfectly cooked pasta from your pressure cooker. Cooked in the sauce, and not just coated with it, the pasta changes color and promises to be flavorful, spicy – and also al dente!