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You can cook risotto in a pressure cooker, but should you?

You can fuss up risotto with flavor-packed meats or pristine seafood, but it's important to note that the dish consists mostly of rice and stock. While everyday ingredients, these two need a little coaxing before they transform into the comforting Italian dish. Just tossing rice and stock in a pot, and leaving them to cook, will result in some fine rice, but you won't have risotto. Risotto requires technique.

To start, saute high-starch varieties of rice like arborio or carnaroli with

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