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    This is my favourite recipe. So good!

    http://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/fo...-bacon-risotto

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    This is a yummy oven baked risotto.
    https://www.donnahay.com.au/recipes/...pinach-risotto

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    Omg so many yummy recipes!
    I think I might try an oven baked one on the weekend :-)

    Thanks everyone!

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    Omg. Looks delish

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    My absolute favourite is a tomato risotto. I don't really have exact measurements.

    I start by melting butter in a pot and put chicken stock in another pan. When the bitter is melted I poor in arborio rice. Cook till the rice is well coated.

    I think add half a cup of stock at a time. In between stirring I cut up over ripe tomatoes. When most of the stock is added I add the tomatoes (skin, flesh and juice).

    I cook till the rice is cooked then add about 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup of grated parmesan cheese and a little pepper. If I use salt free chicken stock I will also add some stock.

    I often have of as a vegetarian risotto but sometimes I add some cooked salami or crispy pancetta crumbed on top.


 

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