This classic Roman dish is perfectly adaptable to what you have in your pantry and even freezer. Swap out the pasta for what you have on hand and add in any vegetables you have in your refrigerator or freezer. Swap fresh herbs for dried -- and dinner is done! Maybe add some homebaked bread?
Swap out whatever meat you have. I like to have boneless skinless thighs in the freezer, so I'll use those. No pressure cooker? Simply double the chicken broth to 2 cups and cook until the rice and chicken are both done.
"This Instant Pot Burrito Bowl is a 20-minute, one-pot dinner that is incredibly delicious. Mexican spices blend to cook tender, pull apart chicken with black beans, corn, and rice... in one irresistible bowl."
Vegetarian Instant Pot Curry Lentil Soup is a hearty, vegetable-packed soup, infused with warm curry flavors. Made quick and simple in the Instant Pot." Make a double batch of rice and save half for tomorrow's Easy Fried Rice!
Another mix and match pantry dinner recipe. I'm omitting the anchovies, swapping fresh herbs for dry, and making fresh bread crumbs.
"There are about a gazillion ways to cook pasta using other pantry staples — things like garlic, bread crumbs, pecorino, capers, olives and especially, canned fish.
This recipe, pasta with tuna, anchovies and capers, showered with lots of green herbs and scallions, is one of my family’s household favorites. I like it with a long, thin, twirlable pasta — spaghetti, linguine or bucatini — but you can use whatever pasta you have on hand."