4 Reviews

We enjoyed this: for flavor, ease, and healthfulness, it is a great recipe. I used about 2 cups of sliced leeks rather than onion, and 5 cloves of garlic. I used brown rice rather than arborio and reduced the amount of rice slightly to be sure there'd be enough liquid. Since I had a long and very flat piece of fish, I just threw it right on top of the rice after it had cooked for about 35 minutes. I'm sure we had less of the creamy effect that we would have had with arborio, but it still had a creamy texture. I think for brown rice I'd reduce the wine by a little bit. I added pepper at the end but not salt: between the (low-salt) chicken broth and the capers I did not find it needed additional salt. Thanks for a successful first-time-with-rice-cooker debut!

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Meredith C-ville January 07, 2009

Really rich and creamy - cooked up fast as well. Thanks. I used green onion instead of shallot and added some zuchinni. Didn't have any dill, either, but I always heard risotto was rather flexible, and this dish is - and most delicious!

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Toadlily August 14, 2007

Very easy and good! Used about 1/2 pound of salmon, green onion instead of the shallot and forgot the vinegar. I don't have a steamer for my rice cooker, but just put the salmon on top of the rice (in the keep warm setting ) and it cooked fast and perfectly. Next time maybe add some veggies. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ April 02, 2012

Sorry but this dish was really disappointing for me. Too bland. In the end I added soy sauce and it was more edible.

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fairybreadgirl February 01, 2008
Cheat's Easy Salmon Risotto (Rice Cooker)