Add shrimp, season with salt and pepper and then stir.
Add garlic and juice of one lemon. Be careful not to get the lemon seeds in the pot.
Pour in white wine and chicken broth.
Add red pepper flakes and stir.
Break linguine in half and add in layers, criss crossing each layer so the pasta does not stick to itself.
Once all pasta has been added to the pot, press pasta into liquid as much as possible, without stirring. DO NOT STIR once you have added the pasta. If you do, your pasta may burn to the bottom of the pan.
Put pressure cooker lid on Ninja Foodi and move valve to "seal" position.
Change Ninja Foodi to "pressure cook" setting on high for 3 minutes and push start.
When timer beeps, quick release pressure by moving valve to "vent" position. Turn Ninja Foodi off.
Open Ninja Foodi lid and stir shrimp and pasta until its well combined. Don't panic if your pasta is not 100% cooked. It will continue to cook after you add in the parmesan cheese.
Add parmesan cheese and stir.
Close the Ninja Foodi lid (DO NOT TURN ON) and let the pasta and sauce continue to combine for about 5 minutes. Stir and ENJOY!!!
Here's a great tip! When you cook pasta, look at the instructions on the box and divide the recommended cook time in half, and then subtract two. For example, if the box says to cook for 10 minutes, divide 10 by 2=5 and then subtract 2. 5-2=3. Your cook time will be 3 minutes. :). So easy! Now, you can cook any kind of pasta perfectly without having to really think about it! When you cook your pasta, be sure to almost cover it with liquid. If there is not enough liquid, the pasta on the top will be undercooked.
If your pasta is not all the way cooked when you open the lid, don't panic...it will be ok! I promise! When you add in the parmesan cheese and stir, and then add the lid back on, the heat and steam in the pot will continue to cook the pasta a little bit more. If you add time to your cook time, you will likely end up way overcooking the shrimp.
If you are using a thicker pasta, I would recommend that you cook the shrimp last. What? I know, that sounds weird. But, I would wait to add the shrimp until you add the parmesan cheese. The shrimp will steam in the pot with the lid closed. This will prevent the shrimp from overcooking if you use a thicker pasta that takes more than 3 minutes to cook.
If you prefer more sauce with your pasta, increase the amount of olive oil, butter, garlic, lemon, red pepper, wine, broth and parmesan cheese by 25%.