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Pressure Cooker Spaghetti Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Melissa Steele

Category:
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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 pound ground beef
1 24 oz can spaghetti sauce
1 24 oz can of water
1 pound box spaghetti noodles
(I only use a little over half the box for 2 people)

Directions:
Directions:
Put the pc on sear and heat the pot a bit. Add ground beef and brown until done, cancel the sear program, and remove the hamburger from pot, drain grease.

Dont stir in this step, just dump. Add the meat back in, break the spaghetti noodles in half and throw them in uncooked on top of the meat, dump in the can of sauce, dump in the can of water (yes, you must add the water so the noodles will cook. Most of the water gets absorbed by the noodles).

Dont stir. Add any seasonings you want.. I usually add a little Worcestershire, garlic and onion powders, dried parsley and Italian seasoning, and a little brown sugar (to cut the acid).

Close the lid, choose chicken or meat setting, push Time Cook and set the time to 5 min (half the time called for on the box), do a quick release (cover the valve with a towel before turning), remove lid and stir.

If the noodles aren't done to your liking, put it on sear and cook for a few min. That will also thicken the sauce some.

 

 

 

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