Tasty risotto recipes with a host of different ingredients to satisfy your appetite - from midweek favourites like chicken risotto and freezer greens risotto to dinner party dishes like cauliflower and truffle risotto
Roasting the squash first brings out its natural sweetness which is delicious with the salty Parmesan stirred through this filling roast butternut squash risotto.
This chicken risotto recipe is a great way to use up roast chicken from the Sunday lunch – delicious served with a watercress and orange salad.
For a recipe to really impress friends and family, try this smoked haddock risotto with quail’s eggs and parsnip crisps. It looks and tastes like a restaurant-worthy dish, and yet it’s really easy to make.
This cheese and ham red wine risotto recipe is a great place to use up some of those leftovers when you need a quick and easy supper to please the family.
A great combination that everyone loves. The risotto, pretty much cooks itself without constant stirring, leaving you free to get on with something else.
Traditionally, osso bucco is made with veal shin, but beef will get just as meltingly tender and is not so expensive. The risotto in our beef shin osso bucco with risotto milanese recipe is mouthwateringly rich alongside – a real wow-factor dish!
This is risotto but without all the huffing and puffing! This easy oven risotto with asparagus recipe is perfect as a midweek staple.
The luxurious kick of the truffle works perfectly with the earthy sweetness of cooked cauliflower in this cauliflower and truffle risotto.
A fabulous and filling vegetarian dish, you’ll love our mozzarella and tomato risotto with basil recipe.
You can easily serve this artichoke, caper and lemon risotto to friends when you’re expecting guests – it’s not only delicious but it looks stunning too.
This freezer greens risotto recipe is wonderfully easy and can be adapted to use whatever is in your freezer.
The fresh veg give this artichoke, courgette and pea risotto recipe a delicious flavour.
Ok, so technically it’s not risotto as such, but we love this lentil “risotto” with asparagus all the same, and it’s a great alternative.
This grilled salmon with sumac and a baby courgette, mint and pea risotto recipe goes perfectly with seasonal risotto.
This broad bean, lemon and thyme risotto recipe mainly uses storecupboard ingredients, but highlights the new season’s broad beans. Perfect for vegetarians. It’s worth double podding the beans, not only for their glorious colour, but also because they are sweeter without the harder outer shell.