Growing up, there weren’t many things that my mama didn’t make from scratch. I remember the old bread making machine she’d put up on the counter, the yummy smell of homemade bread that filled our house, and the extra hefty helping of real butter that seeped into that warm fluffy goodness.
Bread. Who doesn’t love bread, right? But really, this post isn’t about bread. It’s about my memories of Rice A Roni. You know, that rice and noodle stuff that you buy in the box. Well, my mama didn’t make that homemade, but you sure couldn’t tell it was from a box.
HOMEMADE Pressure Cooker Rice A Roni
Just recently, I was trying to think about a side dish that I could cook in my pressure cooker with those yummy drippings from my Pressure Cooker Whole Chicken, and it hit me to make rice. When I tasted it, I was right back to my mama’s kitchen, eating that yummy Rice A Roni.
So then I took it a step further and added the signature part of that box, NOODLES. Y’all, seriously. If you like Rice A Roni, or chicken flavored rice/noodles, you’ll be BFFs with this recipe. This homemade pressure cooker Rice A Roni is so easy, and a delicious way to use up that Pressure Cooker Bone Broth or Chicken juices.
With you in mind, we tested out this recipe to make sure it was just as delicious every time. But remember, adding or taking away ingredients can cause the flavor or end result to be changed. If you’re not an experienced pressure cooker fanatic, I suggest following our recipe very closely.
Have you tried your hand at making homemade Rice A Roni? If not, this pressure cooker Rice A Roni is for YOU!
If you like Rice A Roni, or chicken flavored rice/noodles, you'll be BFFs with this recipe. This homemade pressure cooker Rice A Roni is so easy, and a delicious way to use up that Pressure Cooker Bone Broth or Chicken juices.
- 2 tbs butter
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- 1/4 tsp cayenne
- 1 small onion finely chopped
- 2 cloves garlic finely chopped
- 4 cups chicken broth or bone broth
- 2 cups long grain white rice
- 1 cup raw angel hair pasta broken into 1/2 inch pieces
- 1/4 cup chopped Parsley optional
Turn your pressure cooker to saute and add butter.
When butter is melted, add onion and cook for 3-4 minutes until translucent.
Add garlic and cook for another 1-2 minutes.
Add rice and noodles and cook until noodles begin to brown. About 5-6 minutes.
Add broth and seasonings. You should be able to stick your finger on top of the rice and measure the liquid to the first knuckle. If there isn't enough liquid, add a little water.
Close and lock lid. Cook for 3 minutes on HI pressure.
5-minute natural release then quick release.
Fluff with a fork, add parsley as a garnish.
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