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Cut meat into bite size pieces. Add oil to pressure cooker pan over medium high heat. Add meat and sear on all sides. Add beef broth. Seal the cooker and let pressure rise per manufacture's instructions, generally over high heat until steam is first released. Lower heat and cook for 10 minutes. Cool cooker at once under cold water per manufacturer's instructions. Remove lid and add water, pepper, onion powder, soup mix, and pasta. Return to medium heat and simmer, stirring occasionally until noodles are done (15 to 20 minutes).
Combine corn starch and half and half. Stir into beef noodle mixture and simmer until slightly thickened. Remove from heat and let stand 5 minutes before serving.
Note: Depending on the thickness of the pasta you may have to add more liquid from time to time. Do not let the pan to become completely dry or it will burn the pasta.
Serving suggestion: Thawed frozen peas may be added a few minutes before half and half. Hamburger or ground turkey may be used in place of stew meat.
Pressure cookers vary. Read your manual. These instructions are generic for use cooking on High or at 15 psi.
Tip when using electric range: Electric burners do not cool down immediately. If using an electric range, heat two burners, one on high and the other medium. When steam is released move cooker to medium burner
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Cyrano 7 years agoTip when using electric range: Electric burners do not cool down immediately. If using an electric range, heat two burners, one on high and the other medium. When steam is released move cooker to medium burner [I posted this recipe.]