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Seafood Risotto

Recipe photo courtesy of Ken Kochey

Seafood is traditional Italian fare on Christmas Eve. It takes center stage in this entree, which includes lobster, clams, mussels, shrimp, and calamari.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2007



Cook's Notes

If you like, you can use one and a half pounds of store-bought cooked lobster meat instead of boiling and cracking the lobsters yourself.

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  • PenelopeRB
    26 DEC, 2007
    Tasty, but needs more zip, maybe more chile de arbol or saffron. We used crab in place of lobster. It took WAY longer than the time estimates. Everyone seemed to like it though. Due to the longer than expected time, it was impossible to get everything warm to the same temperature so it was rather cool for serving. A quick zap in the microwave helped, but did not overcook anything.

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