.@Anahaugh has delicious risotto recipe – the key is to give it a go…

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Got any tips for cooking perfect rice? Tomorrow @Anahaugh
will be sharing a delicious risotto recipe and giving tips on how to get it creamy. Share your tips below or morninglive@bbc.co.uk #MorningLive

.@Anahaugh has delicious risotto recipe – the key is to give it a go…

BBC Morning Live
@BBCMorningLive

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Got any tips for cooking perfect rice? Tomorrow @Anahaugh
will be sharing a delicious risotto recipe and giving tips on how to get it creamy. Share your tips below or morninglive@bbc.co.uk #MorningLive

Baked Risotto with Roasted Asparagus@KerrygoldUSA

risotto with asparagus

Risotto. Creamy rice, a splash of wine, a big dollop of butter, and cheese, glorious cheese. What’s not to love about a dish like that? The infernal stirring, that’s what. It’s such a good, restorative, comforting dish, but really, who has the patience? Sure, it can be meditative, standing and stirring with Buddha-like calm as the wine cooks down, and ladle after ladle of broth plumps the rice. But, truly, can you give a handful of rice 30 minutes of unblinking attention while all manner of homework mayhem ignites in the other room? Here’s one way to eliminate the long stand, stir and stare: enlist your oven. Contrary to the stiff-necked (and armed) belief of cranky purists, you can bake a perfectly fine risotto. While it’s not completely stir-less, this method will cut your stove-top workout down to a couple dozen reps. And while the rice, onions and broth happily bake, you’ll have plenty of time and focus to roast asparagus with one hand, and put out homework fires with the other. And honestly, if you slipped a bit to one of those stiff-necked purists I’d bet you good money they’d never know.

How to make pumpkin risotto @ParmesanAus






Parmigiano Reggiano

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It’s the season for pumpkins….. in risotto with #Parmesan

Ingredients:
12 oz pumpkin (peeled & de-seeded) you can also use red kuri, butternut or buttercup squash
1 small onion
1 clove garlic
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 Tbsp. butter
1 1/2 C. Arborio rice
3 C, light stock (veggie or chicken)
3/4 C. grated parmesan cheese
1 pinch of nutmeg
1 pinch of pepper
1 tsp. aged balsamic vinegar

Instructions:

1.) Peel and de – seed the pumpkin/squash Cut into a relatively small dice

2.) Peel and dice the onion and garlic.

3.) Warm stock to med in a separate pan.

4.) Heat a large skillet to medium heat, and drizzle with olive oil. Add onions and cook for around 5 min, until the onions are soft , but not brown.

5.) Add the garlic and pumpkin / squash and cook for a few more minutes until the Pumpkin/squash begin to soften. Once softened mash up a bit with a wooden spoon, to form a rough puree.

6.) Add the rice and cook for a few more minutes. Add enough warm stock to cover the rice, about 2 ladles. Continue to add stock as it is absorbed while stirring.

7.) Once the rice is cooked and the stock is absorbed , remove from heat, and stir in parmesan, nutmeg and pepper, and adjust.

8.) Garnish with shaved parmesan or brown butter, serve hotMORE TO EXPLORE

Baked Risotto with Roasted Asparagus@KerrygoldUSA

risotto with asparagus

Risotto. Creamy rice, a splash of wine, a big dollop of butter, and cheese, glorious cheese. What’s not to love about a dish like that? The infernal stirring, that’s what. It’s such a good, restorative, comforting dish, but really, who has the patience? Sure, it can be meditative, standing and stirring with Buddha-like calm as the wine cooks down, and ladle after ladle of broth plumps the rice. But, truly, can you give a handful of rice 30 minutes of unblinking attention while all manner of homework mayhem ignites in the other room? Here’s one way to eliminate the long stand, stir and stare: enlist your oven. Contrary to the stiff-necked (and armed) belief of cranky purists, you can bake a perfectly fine risotto. While it’s not completely stir-less, this method will cut your stove-top workout down to a couple dozen reps. And while the rice, onions and broth happily bake, you’ll have plenty of time and focus to roast asparagus with one hand, and put out homework fires with the other. And honestly, if you slipped a bit to one of those stiff-necked purists I’d bet you good money they’d never know.

Baked Risotto with Roasted Asparagus@KerrygoldUSA

risotto with asparagus

Risotto. Creamy rice, a splash of wine, a big dollop of butter, and cheese, glorious cheese. What’s not to love about a dish like that? The infernal stirring, that’s what. It’s such a good, restorative, comforting dish, but really, who has the patience? Sure, it can be meditative, standing and stirring with Buddha-like calm as the wine cooks down, and ladle after ladle of broth plumps the rice. But, truly, can you give a handful of rice 30 minutes of unblinking attention while all manner of homework mayhem ignites in the other room? Here’s one way to eliminate the long stand, stir and stare: enlist your oven. Contrary to the stiff-necked (and armed) belief of cranky purists, you can bake a perfectly fine risotto. While it’s not completely stir-less, this method will cut your stove-top workout down to a couple dozen reps. And while the rice, onions and broth happily bake, you’ll have plenty of time and focus to roast asparagus with one hand, and put out homework fires with the other. And honestly, if you slipped a bit to one of those stiff-necked purists I’d bet you good money they’d never know.

Baked Risotto with Roasted Asparagus@KerrygoldUSA

risotto with asparagus

Risotto. Creamy rice, a splash of wine, a big dollop of butter, and cheese, glorious cheese. What’s not to love about a dish like that? The infernal stirring, that’s what. It’s such a good, restorative, comforting dish, but really, who has the patience? Sure, it can be meditative, standing and stirring with Buddha-like calm as the wine cooks down, and ladle after ladle of broth plumps the rice. But, truly, can you give a handful of rice 30 minutes of unblinking attention while all manner of homework mayhem ignites in the other room? Here’s one way to eliminate the long stand, stir and stare: enlist your oven. Contrary to the stiff-necked (and armed) belief of cranky purists, you can bake a perfectly fine risotto. While it’s not completely stir-less, this method will cut your stove-top workout down to a couple dozen reps. And while the rice, onions and broth happily bake, you’ll have plenty of time and focus to roast asparagus with one hand, and put out homework fires with the other. And honestly, if you slipped a bit to one of those stiff-necked purists I’d bet you good money they’d never know.