The thing about risottos is that you can never have enough combinations, and just when you think you've done them all you come up with a new one that hits the spot. The use of vodka instead of wine leaves you with a fragrant freshness when the risotto is cooked, which marries fantastically well with smoky flakes of haddock and the al dente crunch of fine yellow beans. As there is fish in this risotto you don't want to include any Parmesan, so bear this in mind. If you're a risotto fan you've got to give this a try.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 744kcal
- Carbs 67.6g
- Sugar 9.5g
- Fat 28.1g
- Saturates 14.1g
- Protein 42.7g
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