Not too many changes were made to this fennel risotto recipe I posted last year. The original was already really tasty, but I decided to add a bunch of griddled green asparagus and fresh peas. Consequently, a really nice summer risotto chuck full or veggies. Continue reading “Asparagus, Pea and Fennel Risotto with Chopped Pistachios”
This is a take on peperonata, the classic Mediterranean bell pepper stew. An ideal light dish for (hot) summer days.
Now tomatoes are getting at their best again, this is a delicious risotto recipe to take full advantage!
Chantal actually came up with this one, and it’s based on Dutch TV-chef Rudolph van Veen’s recipe she found on 24Kitchen. Its Dutch title can be loosely translated as ‘Velvety Kecap Chicken with Noodles.’
Not all recipes from the “River Cottage Veg” cookbook by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall were a huge success though…
Another tasty risotto inspired dish by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Continue reading “Pearl Barley “Risotto” with Roasted Butternut Squash”
Aubergine 2 ways: crispy fried cubes on top and smoky grilled flesh in a zesty lemon risotto…
Continue reading “Lemon and Aubergine Risotto by Yotam Ottolenghi”
I found some fabulous M’Hamsa Couscous (hand-rolled and sun-dried for a toasted flavor) and tomato passata from Les Moulins Majoub. Time to get my tajine out and make a stunning veg-packed dish! Continue reading “Around the World – Morocco – Chickpea Tajine with Couscous”
This risotto hails from Georgia and originally comes from Morgan Murphy’s cookbook “Southern Living Off the Eaten Path: On the Road Again: More Unforgettable Foods and Characters from the South’s Back Roads and Byways” Continue reading “Sweet Corn Risotto”
Ferran Adrià of El Bulli fame finishes the risotto with a garnish of paper-thin slices of mushrooms.
A straight forward “pantry” risotto for a delicious weekday supper.
I found this recipe in the wine/food pairing section of the Gall & Gall magazine. Fennel risotto is very subtle and has a nice sweetish touch.