Randy Mayor
Yield
6 servings (serving size: 1 cup risotto and 1/4 cup topping)

Citrus-scented risotto cooks in about 10 minutes in the pressure cooker with no stirring required.

How to Make It

Step 1

To prepare topping, combine first 8 ingredients. Cover and let stand at room temperature.

Step 2

To prepare risotto, melt butter in a 6-quart pressure cooker over medium heat. Add onion; cook 2 minutes, stirring frequently. Add rice and garlic; cook 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Add wine; cook 1 minute or until liquid is absorbed, stirring frequently. Stir in broth, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon black pepper, and nutmeg. Close lid securely, and bring to high pressure over high heat. Adjust heat to medium or level needed to maintain high pressure; cook 6 minutes. Remove from heat; place cooker under cold running water. Remove lid. Stir in cheese, rind, juice, and basil. Top with tomato topping.

Ratings & Reviews

YUM. Super flavorful and easy!

user
January 03, 2017
This was the first thing I fixed in my pressure cooker (an Instant Pot), actually, and it turned out splendidly!  I halved everything just in case I did something wrong, and I let it natural release for a few minutes before doing a quick release.  I really don't think I'd change anything, and would absolutely fix this for company I wanted to impress!

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AndreaShark
June 25, 2013
My hubby doesn't like nutmeg in savory dishes, so I never use it here. However, you don't need it! This is a wonderful recipe and is a hit every time I make it. It is reason enough to purchase a pressure cooker!

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Betsy
August 13, 2012
This recipe was very easy & delicious. The tomato topping complemented the light citrus of the rice very well - and the texture was smooth, creamy cheesiness. When we initially opened the pressure cooker's lid, the liquid was not yet absorbed. (I think it was operator error - the first time I made risotto in the pressure cooker, I over cooked it - so I think I backed down a little too hard on the flame when it came to pressure). It was easily fixed with another 4 minutes (after coming to pressure) at medium heat.

user's Review

Belladonna714
September 19, 2010
This recipe really was outstanding. I have been trying to make risotto in the pressure cooker for a while now. This one worked perfectly. I ran out of nutmeg and used ginger instead. The result was creamy delicious risotto, with no stirring.

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texasfoodie
September 01, 2010
This may have been the most flavorful risotto I've ever tasted! I used heirloom tomatoes and added a few pan-seared bay scallops at the end. I served this with a side salad. Next time I would like to try mixing in some tiny mozzarella balls. I did not use a pressure cooker, just made like regular risotto on the stove top.