- a dish of rice cooked with broth and flavored with grated cheese and other ingredients.
Origin of risotto
Examples from the Web for risotto
Contemporary Examples of risotto
Making it with quinoa instead of rice gives you the wonderful taste and comfort of risotto without all that starch.Three Quinoa Recipes for Your Weekend Parties
May 26, 2013
Yes, it is unfair that we fight to have our recipe for risotto repinned while a “So what are you guys doing this morning?”Celebrity Rants! Courtney Love, Ashley Judd & More Stars Uncensored
April 15, 2012
Although they are significantly pricier, I much prefer shaved, seasonal truffles over my risotto.
It simply lacks imagination to dump truffle oil in risotto or to drizzle it over a dish.
And if simplicity is the overall characteristic, then risotto with Parmesan cheese might be the epitome of Italian cooking.What to Eat: The World Cup
June 16, 2010
Historical Examples of risotto
The Count looked round anxiously for the coming of his risotto, and, behold!A Set of Six
As has been said the sauce can well be used to season spaghetti or risotto.
The stock of the veal can be rubbed through a sieve and used for risotto.
We had a risotto, golden as the sun of the Midi, fragrant as its kitchens, for our dinner.Our House
Elizabeth Robins Pennell
For this risotto either lobster or crab meat can be used: the former is, however, considered more tasty.
- a dish of rice cooked in stock and served variously with tomatoes, cheese, chicken, etc
Word Origin for risotto
Word Origin and History for risotto
rice cooked in broth with meat and cheese, 1848, from Italian risotto, from riso "rice" (see rice). At first in Italian contexts; it begins to appear in English cookery books c.1880.