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Risotto al camembert sfumato con vino rosèe - Camembert risotto and rose wine

Risotto al camembert sfumato con vino rosèe - Camembert risotto and rose wine

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The idea for this hearty, risotto-style soup came to Frédéric Morin while he was sitting on a combine in his uncle's barley field. He could smell th...

Barley Soup with Scotch

The idea for this hearty, risotto-style soup came to Frédéric Morin while he was sitting on a combine in his uncle's barley field. He could smell the peat from the neighboring farm, which reminded him of Scotch whisky.

Risotto bianco can be served as a main dish, topped with a bit of soft goat or sheep cheese or you can use it as a base for vegetables, meat or seafood risotto. It's so special and delicious, because it is incredibly creamy, full of flavor, just yummy. You can use different stocks, such as vegetable, beef, chicken. If you are making seafood risotto leave out the parmesan cheese. Try it out, it's seriously delicious.

Risotto Bianco is so special and delicious, because it is incredibly creamy, full of flavor, and just yummy.

Pumpkin Polenta

Pumpkin Polenta

Roasted Cauliflower, Sage and Almond Risotto | From Donna Hay

roasted cauliflower, sage and almond risotto (for vegan option use vegetable stock, olive oil instead of butter; and vegan cheese)

Pea, mint and feta risotto  1 ½ cups Arborio rice 4 cups of warm vegetable stock ½ cup of crumbled feta ½ bunch of mint, leaves torn 2 cups of fresh or frozen peas 1 onion, finely chopped 1garlic clove, crushed 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1/4 cup of grated parmesan

Pea, mint and feta risotto 1 ½ cups Arborio rice 4 cups of warm vegetable stock ½ cup of crumbled feta ½ bunch of mint, leaves torn 2 cups of fresh or frozen peas 1 onion, finely chopped clove, crushed 2 tablespoons of olive oil cup of grated parmesan

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