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27 August, 2021

Chicken and Pumpkin Orzotto

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Orzo pasta takes the place of Arborio rice in this quick and creamy chicken and pumpkin orzotto. If your looking for a Risotto recipe, try our tasty Pumpkin Pecan Risotto with Dried Cranberries and Goat Cheese or the Bacon and Sweet Pea Risotto. What Is Orzo Orzo, also known as risoni, is a short-cut pasta,
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9 May, 2021

Bacon and Spring Pea Risotto

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Risotto is a dish that is creamy, scrumptious and filling. The beauty of preparing risotto is that you can add just about anything you’d like. You can use various types of vegetables, herbs, and meat. You can make with or without meat. Risotto is a comfort food, as it is filling, and is a wonderful
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29 March, 2021

Pumpkin Pecan Risotto With Dried Cranberries & Goat Cheese

Pumpkin Pecan Risotto With Dried Cranberries & Goat Cheese
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Despite its appearance, risotto is not a type of rice but rather an Italian dish made with a special high-starch short-grain rice. Which includes the Arborio, Carnaroli and the Vialone Nano rice. This special type of rice can absorb quite a bit of liquid without becoming mushy. A basic risotto is particularly prepared with Arborio
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23 March, 2014

Risotto: Northern Italy’s Classic Comfort Food

Risotto: Northern Italy’s Classic Comfort Food
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When it comes to Italian comfort food, you might immediately think of pasta. Although pasta is a big part of Italian cuisine, in northern Italy another dish reigns supreme. What dish is it? Risotto. It is one of the most common ways of cooking rice in Italy. Though Risotto is not rice, but rather a
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