Parmesan Risotto with Roasted Shrimp is the topic of this article. Faith Durand likes to make this dish while listening to music and drinking a glass of wine. She recommends that you can use some of the wine you are drinking to add to the creamy sauce of the risotto. She states that this is a good meal that can serve either two people or more. If it is just you and one other person you can enjoy this meal for multiple days. She likes to reheat on the stove with some extra broth to make it nice and creamy. She also recommends adding the shrimp on top for a nice touch that only requires you to cook the shrimp close to the end of the risotto cooking.
- Risotto isn’t just for fine dining, you can cook it for yourself, friends, or a whole family.
- Unlike in Hells Kitchen, the risotto doesn’t need to be perfect to be fabulous.
- The author provides a tutorial for those who have never made risotto before.
“One of the nicest things about risotto is even if you turn one out that’s not quite technically perfect in the classical sense — rice a little too soft, sauce not creamy enough, the dish a bit dry — it’s still a really good meal.”
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