Instant Pot Pasta Fagioli Soup

You’ve probably heard of the Instant Pot ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

But these simple & easy to follow recipes work with any pressure cooker! All pressure cookers work on the same, simple principle: Steam pressure.

Within the sealed pot, the steam builds up therein to a very high pressure, which helps food cook much faster than other traditional methods, such as with crock pots and or ovens!

Soup is one of my favorite things in the world to eat.  And while soup takes on many varieties, textures and flavors, there is a universal feeling you acquire every time that spoon kisses your lips.
So when it comes to making soup, I don’t mess around.  Especially when it comes down to a Pasta Fagioli.
Loaded with cannellini beans two-ways, this soup is also filled with pasta, pancetta and stewed tomatoes, making for a very hearty and sublime soup experience.
And because I appreciate you taking the time to read this recipe, I will save you from making some sham copycat Olive Garden recipe. There are SO many different ways of making a Pasta Fagioli soup.  Some love it really thin and tomato-y.  Some love it really thick and creamy. My Pasta Fagioli soup is somewhere in the middle, but the secret to its success is in the execution.
And there really is no better thing to make soup than your Instant Pot. Its fast and flavor-infusing powers not only blows the stove-top method away, but it also doesn’t turn your kitchen into a furnace. Thanks to this wondrous device, I’ll never make soup any other way again!

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