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Prepare all ingredients for the cooking stage.
Add the chicken, sun-dried tomatoes, seasoning, garlic, mustard, tomato sauce and dry pasta to the pot. Pour in the chicken stock and stir through. Check that the pasta and chicken are covered with the stock. It’s always better to have a little more liquid as it can be strained once cooked.
Secure and lock the lid; make sure the pressure handle is pointing to Sealing. Select Manual/Pressure Cook and adjust the timer to 5 minutes on HIGH pressure. After a few seconds, the ON sign will come on indicating the pressure is building (you might also hear 3 beeps on some models); pressurizing will take about 12 minutes and then the 5-minute timer will begin.
Once the timer is done, release the pressure manually right away. Press the steam knob down gradually (or point to Venting on older models. Hold a towel over the steam valve to catch any foam, which can spurt out when you cook starchy foods like pasta or potatoes in lots of broth.
While the pasta is cooking, prepare the finishing ingredients and garnishes.
Open the lid. Most of the liquid should be absorbed into the pasta but there will be a little left, which will combine with cheese and cream to form the delicious sauce.
Add baby spinach, cream, Parmesan cheese, and stir through until all melted in and the spinach is wilted. You can cover the pot with a regular lid and let sit for a minute if needed. Taste for salt and pepper. Stir in the basil last.
Top with extra basil, sliced sun-dried tomatoes and extra Parmesan cheese on top.