Top Rated Mushroom Risotto Recipes

I Can’t Believe It’s Mushroom Risotto!
Um, wait. Risotto on a sheet pan? Uh, yeah! The oven’s heat is very gentle, meaning you don’t have to stir the rice constantly (as you do when making it on the stovetop) since there is such a small chance of scorching the risotto; essentially all you need to do is add liquid and stir every 5 minutes or so. Plus you free up precious stovetop space for other pursuits, whatever those may be. Sheet pan risotto is only as delicious as your broth is—make your own (page 112) or buy the best quality broth you can find. —Raquel Pelzel, author of Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless25 Rice Dishes That Will Make You Forget Potatoes
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4.5
Porcini Risotto
A little bit of patience and a lot of stirring is all that’s required to make this risotto incredibly rich, creamy, and tasty.                             This recipe is courtesy of Port and Fin.
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4.4
Wild mushroom risotto cakes
Warm risotto cakes, scented with earthy mushrooms and mouth-watering truffle oil, are a classic cocktail party appetizer. This recipe, however, doesn't require you to bread or fry the bite-sized cakes. Simply bake and serve with a dollop of cream and a pinch of chives. — Allison Beck
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4.333335
Kritharaki Me Manitaria (Mushroom Risotto)
This is my modern take on a mushroom risotto — I enjoy using pasta in novel ways, and find that mushrooms give a very unctuous and satisfying flavor to anything cooked with them. Feel free to add some sautéed asparagus to this dish for a crunchy kick! — Maria Loi and Sarah Toland, The Greek Diet Click Here to See More Risotto Recipes
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4
Mushroom Risotto
Risotto is a go-to meal for us. Despite what most people think, it is not that complicated. Sure, it takes a little time, but it’s worth every sweet bite. And, love takes time, and look at how worthwhile love is. So, put aside your fears and make risotto. Despite the nasty rumors that you have to slave over the stove, stirring, and stirring, and stirring to get the perfect risotto... you don’t. I took a cooking class from an Italian chef, some many moons ago, and he washed that premise away. What you need is good ingredients and very hot broth. See all mushroom recipes. Click here to see 1 Chicken Recipe, 5 Meals.
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4
Swiss Chard and Shiitake Mushroom Risotto
True, anything with a cup of grated Grana Padano is going to taste good. But, to me, at least, that's a great excuse to indulge in some risotto, and this risotto does indeed have a cup of grated Grana in it. That's not all that's in it, though — delicate shiitake mushrooms and wilted Swiss chard are in the mix as well, and a topping of crisp-tender chopped chard stems lend a little crunch and a ton of visual appeal. After all, you eat with your eyes, too. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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3.18182
mushroom risotto
During colder weather, many of us are reaching for our favorite comfort foods like mac and cheese and lasagna to keep us warm. And while these foods that are often high in sugar, salt, and carbohydrates may satisfy us in the moment, they don’t offer the best long-term benefits for those of us who are striving for a healthy lifestyle.This wild mushroom risotto is The Kripalu Kitchen’s healthy take on comfort food. Kripalu, is recognized as the largest yoga retreat center, in North America and is a healthy haven for yogis and healthy foodies — offering a mainly vegetarian cuisine made with fresh, local produce. Whole grains, fresh vegetables, and legumes form the backbone of the menu at The Kripalu Kitchen — I while poultry, fish, and dairy are also optional for protein. The Ayurvedic-influenced "Buddha Bar” also offers vegan, gluten-free cuisine.
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Creamy Mushroom Risotto
This recipe borrows a trick from Thomas Keller, who mixes in softly beaten heavy whipping cream at the very end for a super luxurious risotto. Click here to see 'Shrooms: They're What's for Dinner Tonight.
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