Instant Pot Chicken Alfredo Recipe Jar Sauce : INSTANT POT- Bowtie Chicken Alfredo

Instant Pot Chicken Alfredo Recipe Jar Sauce Video

Instant Pot Chicken Alfredo Recipe Jar Sauce

INSTANT POT- Bowtie Chicken Alfredo

INSTANT POT- Bowtie Chicken Alfredo

Incredibly easy and great for beginners! This dish cooks up very quick and easy. A great meal to make on a busy night, or if it’s just too hot to cook in the kitchen but the kids gotta eat! This dish also freezes well and heats up on the stovetop or microwave. You could easily cook this ahead of time and then freeze for later, or portion it out for lunches for the week.

2lbs chicken (cooked or uncooked)
12oz dried pasta
3C water
16oz jar Alfredo sauce
12oz bag frozen peas

(*If using uncooked chicken*)

Start by setting your Instant Pot on saute. Once it says HOT, add some olive oil. Add your chicken and start browning it. I cooked it long enough to get a nice golden brown color on each side.
Dump in your pasta and water, and a bit of salt if you want. Give it all a stir to make sure your pasta is wet. I would lift up the chicken a bit so that your pasta can be covered by the water.

Turn off saute, lock your lid on, and set your pot to pressure cook, or manual, for 8 minutes.

When your pot is done, do a quick pressure release. You can drain off extra water, but I didn’t have much to worry about.
Stir in your jar of sauce and the peas.

(*if using cooked chicken add it now*)

Turn on your saute mode again to a low setting- you should be able to do this by pressing the adjust button, or check the manual. At this point you just want to make sure your peas, and pre-cooked chicken are warmed through.

Serve it up with a little parmesan cheese on top!

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  1. another quick easy weeknight meal!! Thanks Launie!
    I might have to put this one on my list this week because my IP has to redeem itself after the massive failure I had with the last batch of yogurt! It came out more like cottage cheese–loose cottage cheese…swimming in liquid…first failure I've had with yogurt. I watched your video on it again just to make sure I didn't do something wrong..I think my thermometer is wonky. It may have just been too hot for the starter. If I get a second fail, then I'll give all the blame to the IP, but for now it gets to share with the thermometer lol…

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