Sunday Suppers is a weekly series featuring recipes and conversation topics that bring together those most important to you. From our house to yours, bon appetit.
Risotto is deeply entrenched in our dinner rotation. I have entire cookbooks dedicated to the dish, and there is so much you can do with a basic risotto.
Before we start, a couple of thoughts on risotto. Cooking risotto takes time, and not just time in general, it is dedicated time, meaning, standing at the stove stirring for about 40 minutes. You cannot rush a risotto, so turning up the heat to hasten the cooking will backfire. I suggest choosing risotto for dinner when you have uninterrupted time to spend in the cooking process. The result? A wonderfully rich, creamy rice dish.
Today’s recipe is a nod to Spring containing fresh, bright ingredients to get you geared up for warmer weather, and spring flowers.
The Main Course
Spring Green Risotto by Ina Garten on Food Network
To Top It Off…
Risotto takes time, so rather than spend more time in the kitchen, keep it easy tonight. Take thin chocolate chip cookies like Tate’s, and make ice cream cookie sandwiches with your favorite flavor of ice cream.
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