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Risotto - Lemon and Parsley


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Ingredients

6 portion(s)

  • 100 g Parmesan cheese
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • Half bunch Continental Parsley, leaves
  • Peeled zest of 2 lemons
  • Juice of 2 lemons
  • Half a red onion
  • 60 g olive oil
  • 150 g white wine
  • 350 g arborio rice
  • 950 g water
  • 2 tbsp n TM vegetable concentrate
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    4min
    Preparation 4min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Add parmesan cheese to TM bowl, grate10 seconds speed 9.Set aside.



    Without washing bowl, add unpeeled cloves of garlic to TM bowl, peel cloves No counter-clockwise operation speed 4. Remove garlic papers from bowl.



    Add parsley and lemon peel to garlic, chop 5 seconds speed 8.



    Add onion, chop 5 seconds speed 5.



    Add oil and cook 2 min 100C speed 1.



    Add rice and wine, cook 2 min 100CNo counter-clockwise operation speed 1.



    Add water and stock concentrate. Cook 13 min 100CNo counter-clockwise operation speed 1.



    When cooked, add a squeeze of lemon juice to taste, pour risotto into ThermServer and allow to rest a few minutes.



    Serve with parmesan cheese on the side
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Tip

This is a soup style risotto and it will thicken whilst resting in the ThermoServer.

Lemons vary in size, juiciness and acidity - make sure you taste and adjust as required before serving.

Ensure you use good quality Italian Arborio rice for best results.

Serving ideas - add raw pieces of garlic prawns, calamari, fish, roasted eggplant/capsicum/artichoke to ThermoServer and pour risotto over. Lighly stir, rest 5 minutes and serve. Heat will cook/warm the additions and they will be super tender.

This recipe was inspired by Stephanie Alexander's "Cooks Companion" Recipe Book.

Your vote and comments are always appreciated.........Happy Cooking!


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  • If they are still frozen for

    Submitted by Sharon.thermomix on 5. December 2012 - 18:15.

    If they are still frozen for the last 1-2 minutes is fine. If they are thawed I just put them in the base of my ThermoServer and let the resting heat cook them up - they stay nice and fresh tasting that way - however it's personal preference... Sharon

    Sharon Weidenbach - Group Leader Adelaide 0409 150 729

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  • Sally if you add frozen peas

    Submitted by Meggen on 4. December 2012 - 23:04.

    Sally if you add frozen peas to it, at what point do you introduce them?

    Meg

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  • Prawns are great, so are

    Submitted by Sharon.thermomix on 21. September 2011 - 12:46.

    Prawns are great, so are calamari or peas. It should look quite green and be very tangy - so maybe increase parsley/lemon next time. Parsley and lemons can vary quite a bit depending on variety, juiciness etc. I make it plain or with peas in Demonstrations when mushroom rissotto cannot be made and it always gets rave reviews. At home I add seafood - hubby fishes and we are always looking for ways to use fish!

    Sharon Weidenbach - Group Leader Adelaide 0409 150 729

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  • I added prawns to this dish

    Submitted by donata56 on 29. August 2011 - 22:25.

    I added prawns to this dish which I am glad I did, because it would have really been quite unappealing in look and bland in taste

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