This Instant Pot Creamy Chicken Pasta Recipe Is Practically Magic
One of the many wonders of the Instant Pot is pressure cooking pasta to al-dente. Nope, it won't disintegrate into mush, and no you don't have to cook the pasta separately, drain it, and add it back into the sauce. You can truly make a one-pot pasta dish by pressure-cooking the noodles in a mix of milk (or heavy whipping cream) and chicken stock. They will plump up in record time, while the remaining liquid acts as the base for a creamy sauce. Stir in a brick of cream cheese to thicken things up, and garnish it with parm and basil. Dinner is served without a sink full of dishes.