Delicious and easy recipe. So satisfying for all of the family. It's a "go to" recipe and I've made it often over the years.
It's just perfect. Delicious. My husband loved it. It took about of an hour, but it worth it. I added cooked shrimps with the last 1/2 cup of broth. Really great recipe.
I am not sure I liked adding the wine with each addition of broth. I could still taste the wine. I usually add all the wine up front to cook off the wine taste. It's possible the wine I chose was not a good choice. I added a bit of butter at the end of cooking and liked the flavor. It did take a long time to cook the rice and you do need to constantly stir but that's Risotto. I have made risotto in a slow cooker and it works fine if you are entertaining. No need to constantly stir. I make a big pot full and use leftovers to make rice balls. They are amazing!
This came out very well and is hard to get wrong. However, it took longer than expected (as EatingWell User also reported). Also, it is not something that can simmer while you socialize. Adding liquid in ten half-cup increments, and stirring between them, means you're at the stove at least every minute or two for about 45 minutes. You can work on other kitchen tasks, but don't plan on going into the living room to mix with your company.
I made 1/2 the recipe since it was just for 2 of us and it turned out perfect. I didn't time it, but added broth and wine in the quantities of the full recipe and it was done with the last addition. I'll definitely make it again and possibly add sautéed mushrooms or other vegetables.
Turned out perfectly. Makes a flavourful side dish that the whole family loved. I will definitely make this again. I also plan to make some of the other versions. Just takes at least an hour to make sure that the rice is tender.
Simple, but takes longer than instructed I like this simple, basic risotto recipe. InBev used it a few times, but I find that I have to use more liquid and longer than 30 minutes for my rice to get tender and not to have that crunchy center. It takes almost an hour to get toothsome. You must try a kernel every few in order to see what works for you. Otherwise great recipe.
Delicious and worth the extra bit of work. I loved this recipe. Definitely worth the bit of extra time vs. just a simple rice as a side dish. It pleased a picky 9 year old, a 7 year old, and a "foodie" hubby. Definitely a keeper! Served it as a side to the crockpot Wine and Tomato Chicken recipe. Perfect! Pros: Delicious flavor, versatile side dish, family favorite. Cons: Take a bit of time and babysitting.