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Shrimp-and-Herb Risotto

Recipe photo courtesy of Andrew Purcell

To make it vegetarian, swap vegetable broth for the chicken broth and stir in some roasted vegetables, such as mushrooms or cherry tomatoes, in place of the shrimp.

Source: Everyday Food, September 2012
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Most risottos require at least 40 minutes of hands-on effort thanks to constant stirring. A pressure cooker churns out creamy risotto without all the time at the stove. To get the basics on pressure cookers, click here.

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  • suzybel57
    8 JUN, 2017
    I am going to try this in my Instant Pot, it sounds delish. I will probably use mushrooms instead of the shrimp.
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  • Ashar33
    23 JAN, 2014
    I made a lot of changes to this recipe but tried to keep the same flavors. First off, I don't have a pressure cooker. I used a large deep pan with a lid, and it worked just fine. My boyfriend and I both work 50 to 60 hour weeks, so I hate messing with tiny, sticky pieces of garlic. It's just too time consuming. I substituted it for 1 tablespoon of garlic powder. The only rice we had was minute rice, so I used that and only used 3 cups of broth. Despite all of this, it turned out amazing!
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  • Mena Jack
    23 FEB, 2013
    i enjoed this receipe
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  • LynnM
    6 SEP, 2012
    Oops...forgot to mention that I don't have a pressure cooker, so I just used a large pot with its lid and kept an eye on the rice. That may be why I ended up having to add extra liquid. Still, it turned out creamy and tasty!
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  • LynnM
    6 SEP, 2012
    Just made this recipe tonight. I used brown rice because that's all I had and added close to a cup of water and about a cup of frozen corn kernels. Other than using dried herbs, those were the only changes I made. My husband and son (and I) thought it was fabulous! I'm planning to use peas and mushrooms next time instead of corn. Yum-O!!!
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  • LynnM
    6 SEP, 2012
    Just made this recipe tonight. I used brown rice because that's all I had and added close to a cup of water and about a cup of frozen corn kernels. Other than using dried herbs, those were the only changes I made. My husband and son (and I) thought it was fabulous! I'm planning to use peas and mushrooms next time instead of corn. Yum-O!!!
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