Pork Ragu Pasta Sauce

Pork Ragu Pasta Sauce

Today I’m featuring a pressure cooker recipe from Debby, A Feast for the Eyes. Debby has been pressure cooking for 15 years, and in a recent post described the pressure cooker as a misunderstood kitchen tool.

Maybe the word “pressure” makes people think it’s going to explode, and so it strikes terror into your cooking hearts? What else would we call this? How about “Instant Slow Cooker”?

That made me laugh, but it’s so true. Pretty much anything that cooks well in the slow cooker you can cook faster, and mostly like it will be better tasting, if you cook it in the pressure cooker.

Pork Ragu Pasta Sauce

In that post, Debby shares a rich and hearty Pork Ragu pasta sauce recipe from Pressure Cooker Perfection, a pressure cooking cookbook, by America’s Test Kitchen. She’s enjoyed several recipes from the cookbook but this one was her favorite, and when she served it over polenta, she said it was out of this world delicious.

Visit A Feast for the Eyes for the recipe and tips on making the Pork Ragu pasta sauce, as well as other simple, flavorful meals and wonderful baked treats. 




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  1. says

    I recently bought the new Instant Pot and I am loving it. I’ve been slowly working on learning how to convert my slow cooker recipes and other family favorites over to pressure cooked meals. This site has become my go to for inspiration. So far I’ve been pretty successful with my attempts with the latest being converting a Martha Stewart recipe to pressure cooker friendly.

    This recipe is on our “to try” list and I’m really looking forward to it.

    Thanks for maintaining such a great site.

  2. Carol says

    What a great looking recipe-this looks like something my Nana used to make back when I was growing up and she simmered it all day on the stove. The pressure cooker saves SO much time.

    Thank you Barbara and Debby.

  3. says

    Barbara, thank you for featuring my recipe. I love all the recipes you share on your blog, several of which I’ve made. The more I try pressure cooking, the more I appreciate the delicious savory and sweet recipes we can enjoy in a much faster way. Speed cooking!