Electric Pressure Cooker Mississippi Chicken Noodles
Are you looking for recipes for your Ninja Foodi, Instant Pot or Crock Pot Express electric pressure cookers? Our Electric Pressure Cooker Mississippi Chicken Noodles recipe is a super simple comfort dish ready in minutes!
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Natural Release15 mins
Total Time25 mins
Servings: 8 -10
Place frozen chicken in the bottom of a 6-8 quart electric pressure cooker.
Add noodles and remaining ingredients.
Place under high pressure for 10 minutes.
Naturally release for at least 15 minutes. Quick release after that if desired. Stir and serve.
- This is an electric pressure cooker recipe, here is the crock pot version if you would rather make it with a slow cooker: Crock Pot Mississippi Chicken Noodles
- We love to use Reames Egg Noodles in our dishes. Readers often ask where to buy frozen egg noodles. You can usually find them near the other frozen pastas or breads in the freezer aisle. Here is a link to find the egg noodles we use.
- If you choose to use dry noodles instead, I would put them in first on the bottom and make sure they are completely submerged in the liquid under the chicken. If any noodles do not fully cook after pressure, just flip to saute and boil with lid off until they become tender. Or, you can wait to add the dry noodles after you release the pressure and remove the lid. Just switch to saute and add noodles. Boil until tender.
- This is a recipe that we have tested in our Ninja Foodi but you should be able to make it in any 6-8 quart electric pressure cooker, including the Instant Pot and Crock Pot Express.
- If you are looking for more Ninja Foodi Recipes, you can find them here. You can also make any of our Instant Pot Recipes and Air Fryer Recipes in the Ninja Foodi.
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- As with any of our recipes, calorie counts and nutritional information varies greatly depending on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish.
- Cooking times are always a basic guideline and should always be tested first in your own unit and time adjusted as needed.