unforgettable risotto

unforgettable risotto
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • challot
  • a slice of butternut pumpkin
  • rosemary
  • celery white onion carrot to make a veg stock
  • whit wine
  • a beautiful big knob of good real butter
I started putting in the littl e potbellied pan celery carrot and onion to boil in salted water. I thn grated one carrot and a thick slice of the pumpkin I keep in the fridge, meant for supper needs, I finely sliced a challot and stopped to enjoy its beautiful pale lilla nuance. As soon as th stock had its right colour and taste I let the pumkin challot carrot mix go very slowly in a little ev olive oil until soft.
I heated the 7 handfuls for us three of carnaroli rice in an empty pan until toasted but not colored, adding th softened bright vegs and half a glass of white wine.
I went on adding a ladle of veg stock keeping both rice pan and veg stock one on lively fire until it was time to switch off and add th butter. I let it rest for a pair of minutes and brought on the table with parmigiano to grate.

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

unforgettable risotto

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It's the same risotto with the same pumpkin but the challot I used tonight and the quality of butter made it unforgettable

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I started putting in the littl e potbellied pan celery carrot and onion to boil in salted water. I thn grated one carrot and a thick slice of the pumpkin I keep in the fridge, meant for supper needs, I finely sliced a challot and stopped to enjoy its beautiful pale lilla nuance. As soon as th stock had its right colour and taste I let the pumkin challot carrot mix go very slowly in a little ev olive oil until soft.
I heated the 7 handfuls for us three of carnaroli rice in an empty pan until toasted but not colored, adding th softened bright vegs and half a glass of white wine.
I went on adding a ladle of veg stock keeping both rice pan and veg stock one on lively fire until it was time to switch off and add th butter. I let it rest for a pair of minutes and brought on the table with parmigiano to grate.

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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