Introduce the pork, cut into large chunks to cook, in a large bowl. Season it generously with salt and pepper. Add the three garlic cloves, grated or finely chopped, the rosemary branch (or a little dried rosemary) and the sage.
In a small skillet, lightly toast the coriander seeds for one or two minutes, so that they release all the aroma. Mash them in a mortar or with a knife, and add them to the bowl with the meat. Cover the pork with wine, cover with plastic wrap, and let the meat marinate for half an hour or overnight.
Turn the pot on a high power sauté setting. Add a tablespoon of olive oil, let it heat up and, with the help of a slotted spoon, introduce the meat (leaving the marinade liquid in the bowl). Sauté the pork well for two to three minutes. After this time, when the meat is well browned, remove it from the pot and reserve it. Without changing the function, add the wine from the marinade, and let it reduce for about two minutes. Then add the chopped canned tomato or, if it is whole, chop it yourself. Return the meat to the pot and add the peeled and sliced carrots.
Close the pot and set it to high pressure for 45 minutes. After this time, let the pressure escape naturally, without opening the valve.
Open the pot, remove the meat and vegetables to a plate and turn the sauté function back on so that the sauce, which will have a lot of water, is reduced. When it is to your liking, mix it with the meat.
Serve in a bowl with the green olives that you like the most, pitted and cut into slices and chopped fresh basil or parsley. To enjoy.