If you are looking to get out of your comfort zone and try something new and different this dish is it! It is a unique delectable hybrid dish that combines Thai with Italian. Now, if you are not into Thai flavors this might not be for you, however! You can absolutely substitute the Thai broth for chicken or vegetable to tone down those flavors and still make this just as enjoyable. But, trust me, just one bite and you will be scooping for more!
Risottos are a common go to in our household. It is such an easy dish to make and so flavorful. Plus, it is one of those dishes that will easily satisfy your tummy. Because it’s finally spring time I just had to include all of the greens and vegetables. So, not only are you getting creamy risotto with each bite, but crisp peas, silky spinach and crunchy asparagus. To add the icing on the cake I chopped up some plump juicy shrimp and mixed it all together for the most epic full bodied risotto dish you will ever have.
When making risotto, having some patience is key. This is one of those dishes where slow and steady wins the race. If you have the patience and are willing to stir and pour every so often, the heat will do the rest. Here are some tips when making risotto at home:
This recipe is a little bit outside of the box, but I can assure you in the best possible way. It’s spring meets Thai and Italian.
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If I could describe myself as a dish, I would definitely be risotto. So simple, yet elegant and cozy. At least that’s the way I see myself, my Husband might have other thoughts. Ha. Amp up your risotto this spring with Thai inspired flavors!
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