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Old 08-02-2018, 02:29 PM   #1
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Risotto Milanese

Had this dish in Milan of all places. It's like the Italian version of mac and cheese. Great comfort food, easy to prepare, and tasty!

This is a recipe for a single large serving (an entire meal, basically). Scale accordingly.

Risotto Milanese

Ingredients:

1/2c Arborio Rice !!!Important!!! You must use this rice, do not try with long grain rice.
1/2 onion, finely diced.
2c chicken broth
1c white wine
1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 tbsp butter
1/2c freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Use the real stuff here, not the green can.
1 pinch saffron
S&P to taste

Directions:

In a sauce pan, add the broth, wine, and saffron. Bring to a simmer.

Meanwhile, in a small dutch oven over medium high heat, add the oil and the rice. Stir fairly constantly for a few minutes until the rice has taken on some color and is fragrant.

Reduce the heat to medium-low and add the onions. Stir constantly until the onion is transparent (not browned). Ladle the broth/wine/saffron mixture into the dutch oven, about two ladles at a time. Keep the liquid at a light simmer at all times in both pots.

You'll notice the color disappears from the rice immediately. The oil/starch granules that coated the rice, making the color, form a sort of "roux", allowing the mixture to thicken as the rice cooks. It should get taken up in the liquid immediately.

Stir fairly constantly from here on out. It doesn't have to be continuous, but don't let it sit too long. When the liquid in the dutch oven has the consistency of thanksgiving gravy, ladle in two more scoops of liquid. Continue until all the liquid is used up. Should take about 15 minutes or so.

Once the liquid is taken in and the rice is tender (there should be a thick, gravy like liquid coating all the rice), add the butter and cheese. Stir to incorporate.

Serve and enjoy!
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Old 08-02-2018, 02:50 PM   #2
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One thing to make clear in the instructions: you add two ladles of liquid, and cook until the liquid is gone. Then add two more, cook until liquid is gone. Then add two more, and so on. I don't know if that was real clear in the instructions above.
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Old 08-04-2018, 11:38 AM   #3
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I LOVE Risotto, and have been wanting to make some - May need to try your recipe, for a change...Thanks!!
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My wife makes a great rissoto , We put shrimp in the recipe and its awesome . Kinda like shrimp + grits
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