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Chicken & Lemon Risotto

 
MAY 04 @ 08:57

by FlameRed

As requested by lynnej: big_smile

Now, it's freezing down here in Oz and I love this nice and hot... recipe will do 2 people.

Ingredients:
300 gms chicken breast chopped and cooked
garlic
1 lt chicken stock
1 cup water
3/4 cup Aborio rice
1/4 cup lemon juice
snip of chives
ground pepper
1/2 cup parmesan

Method:
Bring stock and water to the boil. 
Meanwhile, chop chicken breast into small chunks and cook with some garlic.  Put aside.
When stock and water comes to boil, add rice, reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes, stirring most of the time.
After 20 minutes, add cooked chicken, chives, pepper and lemon juice.
Continue to simmer, stirring regularly, until nearly all liquid has been absorbed - but is still moist.
Then, turn off heat, stir in parmesan and serve immediately.

Yumm  big_smilewink

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MAY 04 @ 17:49

by runneralps

mmmm reminds me my childhood....nice taste and good memories of this dish....

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