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Lettuce Risotto


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Ingredients

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Lettuce Risotto

  • 1 clove garlic
  • 2 pieces shallots, (not spring onion)
  • 30 g olive oil
  • 250 g arborio rice
  • 50 g white wine
  • 750 g chicken stock
  • 1 chopped lettuce (1 cup), (you can use TMX on Speed 3 for a few seconds but I prefer to use a knife)
  • 60 g Frozen peas and corn
  • 2 stalks spring onions, I omit the darker green portion
  • 10 g Butter
  • 30 g parmesan cheese, grated, Can be grated via TMX prior to first step
  • to taste Salt and pepper, I blitzed 1/2 tsp of green peppercorns with the garlic clove/shallots
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Recipe's preparation

    Lettuce Risotto
  1. Chop up garlic and shallots on Speed 4 for a few seconds.You can add some green peppercorn here too.

    2. Add olive oil and sautee for 2 minutes on 100C, Speed 1.

    3. Insert Butterfly and add rice and white wine. Cook on 100C for 2 minutes on Soft/Reverse.

    4. Add chicken stock and continue cooking on 100C for 15 minutes on Soft/Reverse.

    5. If risotto has reached desired consistency* at the end of 15 minutes, add lettuce, peas and spring onion and cook for another minute on the same setting.

    6. Pour risotto into server or dish and stir in butter and Parmesan cheese. Season to taste.

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Tip

Risotto is a tricky thing as we all know. After the recommended time, the risotto should appear watery still but the rice itself should be largely cooked through with a touch of resistance on the teeth. The rice will continue to absorb moisture so even if watery, risotto should be served up fairly soon after it’s cooked. I recommend keeping an eye on things towards the 13/14 minute mark. Not all rice behave the same after all.

Please refer to my post for this recipe: Lettuce Risotto


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