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EASY! How to Make Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Ravioli From FROZEN Using my Instant Pot Ultra (107)

EASY! How to Make Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Ravioli From FROZEN Using my Instant Pot Ultra (107)

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  1. And only 1 minute to cook!!! šŸ™‚
    You like the ceramic over the stainless?
    The description says, "May not be compatible to electric pressure cooker" and then says compatible with mine. lol

  2. Oh Crystal, if you are going down the keto lane there is SO much you can do with your gadgets to make yummy cuisine that your whole family will love. Just made cauliflower rice with mustard greens and spices. Yesterday I made a diakon radish hashbrown casserole with bratwurst and cheddar to last the whole week. Happy cooking! #eattolose

  3. Yummy! ! I would have cheated lol…awesome share because I didn't know you could frozen ravioli just like that. I love that ceramic insert. I wish they made them for 3 qts and my Elite 4qt!

  4. The headlights on the pepper, cracks me up each time. That's brilliant.
    I'm with you on the adding water to the sauce. I do that with tomatoes, too. No waste!
    No pasta for you until the end of summer?

  5. Hi Chrystal,
    I made this today and I loved it. But I only used 1 jar of pasta sauce which I got free (Free meaning where I work we make pasta sauce for Kroger, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's just to name a few)
    When I added the cheese I used only Parmesan.
    I timed the cooking after the meat was cooked. The total pressure cooking time with all the ingredients is about 16 minutes.
    Not bad
    Thanks Chrystal

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