Would you like to make seafood risotto with Thermomix?
Seafood goes very well with rice, and you can take this recipe as a base and make your own version.
This is Grazia Parente's version of a thermomix seafood risotto.
The most important thing when making risotto, is choosing the right rice: go for arborio or carnaroli or anything that makes lots of starch. Long grain, basmati or jasmine won't work.
In particular, I love seafood risotto because it always reminds me of summer holidays and the little vending stand on the beach that used to sell these take away delicacies. What a big pleasure it was to eat this tasty risotto while looking at the waves breaking up to the shore!
If you're looking for other risottos recipes, try the Asparagus and Pancetta Risotto, the Vegetables Risotto, Italian Radicchio and Taleggio Cheese Risotto, the Squids and Mushrooms Risotto and the Artichokes Risotto.
And here's some different ways cook rice: Herbed Rice and Rice Stuffed Tomatoes with Thermomix.
I think you will also enjoy all my Cooking Risotto with Thermomix Suggestions.
- 400gr Rice
- 300gr your favourite Seafood (for me is prawns, mussels, clams and squid)
- 2 Garlic Cloves
- 1 Spring Onion
- 60gr Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 30gr White Wine
- 2 Ripe Tomatoes, chopped
- 50gr Tomato Sauce
- 900gr Water
- 2 Pinches Salt
- 1tbsp Chopped Parsley
- Black Pepper to taste
Let's make our Seafood Risotto
Put the oil, the garlic and the onion in the bowl. 3 Min. 100°C Speed 4.
Place the butterfly tool in, and add the seafood. 3 Min. 100°C Speed 1.
Pour wine. 2 Min. 100°C Speed 1.
Add tomatoes. 3 Min. 100°C Speed 1.
Add water and rice. 14 Min. 100°C Speed 1.
Pour in a serving dish, and add salt if necessary, add parsley, black pepper and mix well.
Let it sit for 2 to 3 minutes before serving.
Use some fish stock instead of water if you like it more fishy.
Translated from the Italian recipe
Risotto ai Frutti di Mare col Bimby