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This delicious and fuss-free recipe requires only 10 minutes of prep and requires only one dish, making cleanup a breeze.

Source: Everyday Food, October 2008
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  • off2jamaica
    6 APR, 2010
    I did in on the stove top and changed it a bit since I didn't have some of the items on hand. I used half chicken broth half wine and I used tarragon instead of parsley and orange instead of lemon. It turned out quite well.
  • MS112628275
    6 APR, 2010
    wait i just read allison's comment! thanks for the idea!
  • MS112628275
    6 APR, 2010
    any suggestions on using a rice cooker instead? and i would rather saute the shrimp also. ..
  • PatGH
    6 APR, 2010
    I cannot believe there is a recipe on Martha's website that tells you to microwave shrimp! That is horrible! It takes 5 minutes to saute shrimp and who would microwave it? WOW, unbelievable.
  • ptownfan
    16 FEB, 2010
    I think Allison (comment 7) nailed the tweaks this dish needs next time. Great flavors... just needs a bit more finish to be wonderful. While very easy, the microwave technique produced sticky rice. I used jumbo prawns... if I'd used smaller shrimp, I think they would have been quite overdone. I used crushed red pepper. It includes seeds. It was a bit spicy... i think I'll dial it back to 1/8 tsp next time.
  • mistyn
    4 FEB, 2010
    ditto on the nutrition facts!!!!
  • Mtgqueen
    4 FEB, 2010
    1 cup of wine and 2 cups of water! They seems alot for only 1 cup of rice.
  • smd1227
    13 JAN, 2010
    I know it's a little more work, but I cleaned the shrimp and boiled down the shells to make a little shrimp stock. I then added that to chicken stock to cook the rice. I also added some saffron to kick up the flavor a little bit. If you don't have saffron, throw in a bay leaf or some thyme. This really enhanced the flavor of the dish. Next time, I'll make it on the stove instead of the microwave.
  • jerrellheadred
    7 JAN, 2010
    I really wish they would include nutrition facts with all their recipes. *Sigh*
  • pipet
    20 MAY, 2009
    To those who have "blah" shrimp: if you are using frozen shrimp when you defrost make sure to salt them a little and sprinkle some lemon juice on them. It gives a dash of flavor and eliminates any fishiness.

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