Mitch Weinstein makes an awesome risotto with what he already has readily available at home.
Acquire a beautiful head of cauliflower. Give her a shower until she’s all squeaky clean. Then go for a whirl in the food processor.
Let’s remember that a good risotto doesn’t demand a lot! It just needs your constant presence, your time and fresh ingredients.
This recipe calls for baby kale, but any variety would do. Replace the chicken broth with vegetable broth and omit the prosciutto for a vegetarian version.
The best part of this recipe is that it is easier to make than risotto, and taste even better the next day. This one is for the books!
This chocolate risotto version is non-dairy, uses honey as a sweetener instead of sugar, and gets its rich, creamy texture from coconut milk.
You can serve it for its silky, stripped-down self as a side dish, or as a main mixed with almost any combination of vegetables, meats, eggs, and sauces.
The pumpkin and chestnuts make the risotto quite sweet, which is what makes it so perfect.
It is said that the best Italian chefs are those born in the kitchen watching the family cooking.
Its important to keep the water warm while cooking the risotto. Apart from that, it’s fairly easy to make and tastes best fresh.
This is a Quick braised chicken with porcini and thyme risotto, big flavours in a hurry. Make it after work in 30 minutes.
The extra effort of milking the corn cobs for the pulp and juices really adds a strong fresh corn flavor to the entire rice.
What is so good about this risotto is how unexpectedly delicious sweet oranges can taste alongside a bowl of fennel infused Arborio rice.
This green risotto could be overlooked as a simple vegetarian risotto option, but believe it, the fresh peas just love parmesan and butter.
This simple comfort food is a one dish medley of lentils and rice and a classic dish from Rinku Bhattacharya’s childhood.
This roasted pumpkin and pecorino risotto from Carrie King is the perfect weekend main.
This Portuguese version of a risotto has hints of bitter from the turnip greens and sour from the vinegar.
Homemade risotto is pretty straightforward, involves relatively few ingredients, and has endless possibilities. By Laura…
This creamy spinach risotto is a wonderful and simple dish to be enjoyed at any time.
Check out these lovely little mini pumpkins from Amrita Rawat, filled with a delicious risotto.
A lighter version of the Italian classic, made complete with summer’s star ingredients.
Sasha Gora makes a classic porcini risotto brighter and slightly sexier by adding red grapefruit.
This recipe produces a creamy risotto, without the constant stirring.
Risotto with Radicchio, Ubriaco Cheese and Chestnuts – classic regional ingredients from Treviso province in Italy.
A delicious and easy risotto you’ll want to share with everyone and anyone.
Roasted butternut squash is combined with pancetta, sage, and Parmesan cheese for one delicious side dish.
Tamara Novacoviç finally manages to track down some green curry paste to make a delicious green curry rice dish.
There are many ways to fry artichokes, but according to Italian 19th century writer Pellegrino Artus, the Tuscan method is unsurpassed.
When life hands you left over Risotto, make Arancini Di Riso – Crispy Fried Risotto Balls.
Tired of potatoes, rice and pasta as the traditional sources of carbs? Try polenta – simple, versatile and delicious.
This beautiful barley risotto is a colorful vegetarian dish served by Sydney based Maria Laitinen.