Shrimp risotto is delightfully delicious and unexpected in so many ways. It often includes tomato paste, as in the recipe that follows, which gives it just the right amount of tartness and tanginess. And of course, the shrimp gives it a slight twist that is not only tasty but healthy too.
Many people believe that you can't cook fish in a slow cooker because it cooks so quickly and with a long cooking time it will become overcooked and rubbery. Although it's true that you shouldn't typically cook fish for a long time in the slow cooker, you can cook most of the dish and add the shrimp in at the very end. That's just what this dish does, proving once again that your slow cooker can always step up to get the job done.