Place pasta in the bottom of your pressure cooker pot.
Add remaining ingredients.
Make sure your lid has a good seal and close the vent to sealed.
Cook under high pressure for 3 minutes (see notes) and natural release for 5 minutes.
Immediately quick release, turn off unit and remove lid to stop the cooking.
Serve as a side dish or with your favorite protein as a main dish.
Check your pasta packaging to make sure it recommends 10-11 minutes normal cooking time. If it recommends more or less time, visit this post to adjust your cooking time accordingly.
Make sure your lid seal is properly in place before putting on the lid and that you turn the vent knob to seal. Failing to get a good seal in a timely fashion could possibly overcook your pasta.
This is not a fix it and forget it recipe. Make sure you release the pressure as directed and don't just let the pasta sit or it could overcook.
I have tested this recipe with low carb pasta before and enjoyed it. Cooking times are even more important with low carb pastas, so make sure to check packaging.
We've tested this recipe in a 6.5 quart Ninja Foodi. When pressure cooking with larger pressure cookers, you may need to add 1/2 cup to 1 cup more liquid to reach pressure. Make sure not to overfill smaller pressure cookers past their max lines.
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As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.
Finally, all electric pressure cookers cook differently, so cooking times are always a basic guideline. Recipes should always be tested first in your own electric pressure cooker and time adjusted as needed.