Risotto is one of those summer dishes. It is monstrously filling, it is cheap and it is not bad for you at all. This one has mushrooms, onions and tomatoes in it. Simple but sumptuous. Find another great recipe here: www.barkingbaking.com/latest-antics/mushroom-and-ham-risotto.
And that is it!
Super simple, super sumptuous.
- Risotto rice, 250g
- Ham, choppped, if you've got it
- Boursin cheese, about 2 tablespoons
- Handful of parmesan
- Cherry tomatoes
- Mushrooms, about 10
- About 3/4 of an onion
- 2 beef stock cubes in a pint of water (plus more)
- A little dill
Boil a kettle. Fry the onion, mushrooms and tomatoes with a pinch of dill then put to one side.
Add the stock cubes to the water and stir so it's all dissolved then add to the rice in a pan on the hob. Watch it cook, continually stir and top up if necessary. If you don't stir, it will burn.