Tomato Basil Risotto

Tomato Basil Risotto

Nothing is more comforting or more delicious than this tomato basil risotto. Sweet cherry tomatoes are cooked down with olive oil, onions, garlic, and crushed red pepper, then blended until smooth with lots of fresh basil. This rich, vibrant mixture is used to cook the rice. White wine, butter, and lots of parmesan cheese are added in as well. The result is a risotto with intoxicating tomato flavor and a creamy, silky-smooth texture. Continue reading “Tomato Basil Risotto”

Herbed Farro Risotto (Farrotto)

Herbed Farro Risotto (Farrotto) with Crispy Shallots

A hearty bowl of herbed farro risotto (farrotto) topped with crispy shallots and lots of parmesan cheese. It’s the more nutritious and addictingly chewy version of a classic risotto. And it makes a wonderful side dish to any meal. Continue reading “Herbed Farro Risotto (Farrotto) with Crispy Shallots”

Pumpkin Risotto

Pumpkin Risotto with Bacon & Parmesan

The most delicious, seasonal pumpkin risotto – full of fresh thyme, white wine, a little butter, honey for some sweetness, lots of parmesan cheese, and topped with crispy bacon & black pepper. It is the perfect side dish for any meal this time of year!
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a plate of Spring Pea Risotto with herbs and parmesan over top

Spring Pea Risotto with Parmesan & Basil

Sharing a beautiful spring pea risotto that’s rich, yet bright and zesty! It’s a simple risotto made with a vibrant, silky-smooth pea purée stirred in at the end of the cooking process. With flavors of garlic, parsley, basil, lemon, and parmesan, this risotto packs in a lot of fresh springtime flavor. You can eat it on its own or add it as a side dish to any spring meal. Continue reading “Spring Pea Risotto with Parmesan & Basil”

Mushroom Marsala Risotto with Brown Butter Chanterelles & Fried Ciabatta Crumbs

Risotto has always been one of my favorite dishes to make, especially in the winter. It’s the perfect base for meats like braised short ribs, in which I usually keep the risotto somewhat simple. This recipe, however, I made a little bit more special so that it can stand on its own at the Christmas table.

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