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|By :Julie Han|
|Browse Category||Rice & Pastas|
|Diet||Celiac, Gluten Free, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||18 minutes|
|Cook Time||14 minutes|
Julie is a cooking enthusiast, natural remedies nut, and mom to a toddler, a teen, and one in between. She has always loved to create delicious recipes for her very hungry husband and kids. She has recently joined the Instant Pot craze. Join her as she shares her journey to create Instantly Delicious meals in her little city kitchen using the Instant Pot and more!
I’m eating this right now! Its delicious! I love instant pot!
My family liked this dish very much! Cost effective, filling, and flavorful.
very delicious fast recipe and easy to prepare
Quesrion: 1 cup of rice.
Is that an actual cup or per the measuring cup that comes with the instant pot?
Made it twice now because its so rich and creamy! I rough chop the mushrooms by pulsing in the food processor because i want them to be same size as the peas. Use a good wine that you enjoy drinking.
Turned out perfectly. I used a large shallot instead of onion and some baby spinach instead of peas. This one is a winner
Did you sauté your mushrooms in the instant pot ?
I added garlic when cooking the onions. I also finished with a splash of heavy cream inatead of broth to make it more rich and creamy.
I too added garlic and sauted everything in the instant pot in order. And the addition of cream worked well.
I just want to say that I have made this several times. I double the mushrooms because I love them. Thank you so much. It is delicious and beats stirring the risotto for an hour over the stove.
Really good risotto. I also added a can of mushroom soup (with the broth) and garlic before closing it.