Check out our risotto recipe with Jerusalem artichokes and chopped hazelnuts. This simple one-pot is an easy, midweek winter warmer recipe for the whole family, ready in just 40 minutes.
Check out our creamy mushroom risotto recipe with zesty lemon. This quick veggie risotto dish is easy to make and ready in 35 minutes.
This recipe for brown-buttered crab risotto is really easy to make and ready in just 35 minutes, making it a great option midweek.
Freekeh is made from cracked, roasted green wheat. It works well for risotto as the grains keep their bite when cooked. Try this recipe for something a bit different. For more vegetarian entertaining ideas, have a look here.
Our recipe for scallop and prawn risotto is easy to make but looks and tastes impressive. Leftover scallops? Make one of our scallop recipes.
Dried porcini mushrooms are a really useful ingredient to keep in your store cupboard. Added to this creamy risotto with fresh mushrooms and spinach they give a deeply savoury concentrated flavour. A smart quick supper for 2.
Radicchio and pancetta are a classic Italian pairing. Sharp and salty, they have been brought together to complement this creamy risotto, which can be whipped up for a quick midweek dinner.
This seriously simple risotto recipe is ideal for meat-free Monday. Spring onion and leek risotto is cooked traditionally in white wine and topped with parmesan.
You don’t have to spend hours cooking to make something delicious. This hot-smoked salmon, dill and lemon risotto is full of light, fresh flavours and is ready in just 30 minutes – perfect for a midweek meal.
This comforting risotto is ready in just 30 minutes and can be made using ingredients you may already have in your fridge and store cupboard – perfect to whip up after work. Get your bacon fix with our bacon recipes here.
Indulgent but easy enough for weeknights. This butternut squash risotto with sage will hit the spot when you need Italian comfort food. Ready in half an hour.
A new recipe for risotto that you will love. Use pearl barley instead of rice, with mushrooms and spinach, it makes an easy but filling meal for one.
A stylish but fuss-free one-pot that delivers on flavour – a handy one for your next dinner party. If you don’t want to go to the expense of using barolo, use another sturdy Italian red. Red wine leftovers? Use up your red wine in these recipes.
This classic creamy risotto is bursting with the late summer flavours of ripe tomato, basil and roasted pepper.
Any leftover risotto? Supplì are Italian snacks like arancini made from a ball of rice, egg and tomatoes – typical of the Roman diet. Here we suggest using your leftover cooked risotto to make these gooey, cheesy bites. Tempted by our best cheese recipes in the world now? Here they are!