American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A dish of rice cooked in broth, usually with saffron, and served with grated cheese.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An Italian dish of rice and cheese.
- n. countable An Italian savoury dish made with rice and other ingredients.
- n. uncountable Risotto considered as food.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A kind of pottage.
- n. rice cooked with broth and sprinkled with grated cheese
- Italian (Wiktionary)
- Italian, from riso, rice, from Old Italian; see rice. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Continue adding stock, 1/2 cup at a time, and stirring while its absorbed, until the risotto is the consistency you desire; it should be moist and creamy, not dry.”
“If necessary, add stock until the risotto is the consistency you desire; it should be moist and creamy, not thick and dry.”
“Add stock until the risotto is the consistency you desire; it should be moist and creamy, not dry.”
“I am fond of this beet risotto for using up extra beets, and this "breakfast risotto", which is really good at any meal, and once I made this pumpkin risotto with crispy sage leaves, mm.”
“Small box (background): Pumpkin risotto, mini quiche cup.”
“Making risotto is one of the most comforting activities I can imagine, just standing at the stove, adding chicken broth a bit at a time, while people sit around the kitchen table and talk.”
“The firm, yet creamy, texture of perfectly cooked risotto is the perfect foil for vegetables of all kinds.”
“Combined with beets or squash, risotto is warming winter fare.”
“How I do soupier risotto is to cook until the rice is still a little firm in the center, and then add more stock to get the creaminess I prefer.”
“Amelia's in Jurica for Italian food, their mushroom risotto is particularly good.”
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