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Pressure Cooker Dump And Start Ravioli calls for 2 ingredients you probably have on hand right now. This simple dish may be the easiest recipe ever!
Pressure Cooker Dump And Start Ravioli
What makes a recipe a recipe? According to Dictionary.com, the word recipe means “a set of instructions for making or preparing something, especially a food dish.” That’s exactly what I consider a recipe to be. Yet somehow, I feel sort of weird calling the recipe I’m about to share with you a recipe. Why? Because it only has two ingredients (plus water, which I don’t consider to be an ingredient).
That’s right folks. You can make this recipe with as little as 2 ingredients plus water. And, it’s a true dump and start meal. You put the ingredients in and press start. This may be literally the easiest recipe ever. This is a super simple meal that’s perfect for those super busy days when you realize you don’t have much in the house. It’s also great for a quick meal, it doesn’t cost much more than 2 cans of ravioli from the grocery store but it serves more people.
Here’s how I make Pressure Cooker Dump And Start Ravioli.
- 2x 12 oz bags frozen ravioli (I used Celetano frozen mini-round cheese ravioli)
- 1x 24 oz jar pasta sauce (I used Ragu Hearty Traditional)
- grated or shredded cheese for serving (optional)
Plug in the electric pressure cooker.
Pour the pasta sauce into the bottom of the pot.
Add the frozen ravioli to the pot.
Pour water over the ravioli until it is just covered.
Put the lid onto the pressure cooker and close to seal.
Set the pressure cooker to cook for 4 minutes on manual high pressure.
Once the cooking time has finished, do a quick pressure release.
If you’re sprinkling grated or shredded cheese on top do that while plating.
Serve and enjoy!
- Plug in the electric pressure cooker.
- Pour the pasta sauce into the bottom of the pot.
- Add the frozen ravioli to the pot.
- Pour water over the ravioli until it is just covered.
- Put the lid onto the pressure cooker and close to seal.
- Set the pressure cooker to cook for 4 minutes on manual high pressure.
- Once the cooking time has finished, do a quick pressure release.
- Stir gently.
- If you're sprinkling grated or shredded cheese on top do that while plating.
- Serve and enjoy!