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Honeycomb Lasagna (Pressure Cooker)

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This honeycomb lasagna recipe is made in the pressure cooker. We use homemade bolognese sauce as the base and topping along with plenty of mozzarella cheeses and ricotta cheese!

Honeycomb Lasagna

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Easy honeycomb pasta made in the pressure cooker! No boil pasta recipe!
Course dinner, Main Course
Cuisine American, Italian
Calories

Ingredients
  

  • 1 1/2 lbs uncooked rigatoni
  • 8 oz string cheese (cut into small enough pieces to fit into the tubes of rigatoni)
  • 4 cups homemade bolognese sauce
  • 3 cups chicken stock (or choice of broth)
  • 8 oz mozzarella cheese (shredded)
  • 1 cup ricotta cheese

Instructions
 

  • In the bowl of your pressure cooker and half of the bolognese sauce.
  • Take the string cheese and fill into each rigatoni noodle.
  • Arrange over the pasta sauce, making sure to hug them together.
  • Top with remaining bolognese, ricotta cheese, and mozzarella cheese.
  • Pour the chicken broth.
  • Place the lid on lock, set the valve to the sealing position.
  • Press the "Pasta" setting.
  • When the timer goes off, do an immediate pressure release and stir well. Garnish with parsley.

Video

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21 Comments

  1. I have a Cuisinart pressure cooker with low, high, browning, saute, simmer, and keep warm. Is the equivalent to the “pasta” setting like 5 min on high?

  2. The recipe above is missing a step or two. If it wasn’t for the video I wouldn’t know what to do with the ricotta cheese.

  3. First off, I believe those are manicotti not rigatoni. It’s impossible to shove cheese sticks in rigatoni, wish I would have known this before because rigatoni takes way more time to try to stuff. Secondly, the heading specifically says “crock pot” and I got it all ready for my crock pot, when in reality you used a instant pot. This is misleading.

    1. It is in fact rigatoni and is super simple to slide right in, obviously you have to cut the cheese stick and not try to shove an entire cheese stick in! I just prepped this recipe…. waiting for it to finish!

  4. I’m using a crockpot, not a pressure cooker. How long in the crockpot on low or high setting? Thanks!!

    1. We’ve never tried it in a slow cooker but you try setting it on high for 2 hours and check on it after 1.5 hours. Be sure to let us know how it turns out!