This creamy risotto recipe is the perfect comfort meal and easy to make at home. Serve this gluten free risotto up with a fresh green salad and dinner is complete!
While this cooks, pour remaining oil in a large pan with dry risotto. Cook and stir for five minutes or until slightly toasted and transparent.
Stir wine into risotto.
Risotto is typically made using heated broth. To do this, simply pour the required amount of broth into a pot and bring it to a simmer. Ladle hot broth out of this pot into the risotto mixture. This always feels like an extra step to me -- and an extra pot to wash -- and I've found that the recipe works just fine by skipping this step. Beginning with hot broth can reduce the cooking time of the rice, though.
The heavy cream and parmesan give the risotto a creamy consistency, but if you're trying to avoid dairy, you can do without. If you love dairy and like an extra creamy risotto, you can double the amount of cream.