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We all love pasta. But waiting for it to cook can be time-consuming. Why wait when you don’t have to?
Pressure cooking has been around for a long time. The new cookers out today are digital and much safer than the ones from the old days. You can whip up delicious dishes such as pasta with meat sauce in just a few minutes. The time you save can be spent tossing together a salad to go as an accompaniment.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Dawn Pack
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Quick Tip: Always do a quick release when pressure cooking pasta. Otherwise, it will continue to cook and become mushy.