MUSHROOM RISOTTO WITH TRUFFLES AND PARMESAN

CategoryDifficultyBeginner
Total Time40 mins

   4 PAX - Time 40min 

Utensils: Pot, Casserole, Knife and chopping board, grater/slicer

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INGREDIENTS

 300 g Arborio rice
 180 g Porcini mushrooms
 60 g Onion, cleaned
 1 l Chicken (or beef or vegetable) broth
 50 g Parmesan cheese
 50 ml Dry white wine
 Fresh truffle
 Salt
 Pepper
Pairings:


ELABORATION

1

Brunoise the onion (very fine) and add it to the casserole with the Pons Selección Familiar EVOO Arbequina oil on low heat.

2

Allow the onion to evaporate its cooking juices and slowly turn a lovely golden colour. Stir the mixture constantly.

3

Once the onion has browned, add the dry white wine and allow to completely evaporate.

4

Once the wine has evaporated, add the mushrooms*, chopped as desired (slices, cubes...).

5

Sauté the mixture for about 8 minutes until the mushrooms are cooked.

6

Before adding the rice, bring the broth to boil in a separate pot.

7

Return to the casserole: add the rice and stir a few times with a ladle. Next, add a fourth of the broth, very hot, and allow to evaporate.

8

Add the rest of the broth little by little, allowing it to evaporate until the starch content of the rice grains begins to come free and the mixture starts to acquire a creamy consistency (about 15-18 minutes). Salt and pepper to taste.

9

When the rice is soft but the mixture is still moist, remove the casserole from the heat and, with the rice still very hot, begin to blend in the Parmesan cheese.

10

Add the finely grated Parmesan cheese (the more finely grated, the sooner it will blend into the mixture) until it has melted and completely merged with the risotto, giving it a mushy consistency.

11

Just before serving, very hot, grate or slice the truffles over top.

12

Season with a drizzle of Pons infused with White/Black Truffle oil

OBSERVATIONS
13

*The porcini may be substituted by other mushrooms that work well in this recipe: button, portobello, or golden or black chanterelle.


 

Ingredients

 300 g Arborio rice
 180 g Porcini mushrooms
 60 g Onion, cleaned
 1 l Chicken (or beef or vegetable) broth
 50 g Parmesan cheese
 50 ml Dry white wine
 Fresh truffle
 Salt
 Pepper
Pairings:

Directions

1

Brunoise the onion (very fine) and add it to the casserole with the Pons Selección Familiar EVOO Arbequina oil on low heat.

2

Allow the onion to evaporate its cooking juices and slowly turn a lovely golden colour. Stir the mixture constantly.

3

Once the onion has browned, add the dry white wine and allow to completely evaporate.

4

Once the wine has evaporated, add the mushrooms*, chopped as desired (slices, cubes...).

5

Sauté the mixture for about 8 minutes until the mushrooms are cooked.

6

Before adding the rice, bring the broth to boil in a separate pot.

7

Return to the casserole: add the rice and stir a few times with a ladle. Next, add a fourth of the broth, very hot, and allow to evaporate.

8

Add the rest of the broth little by little, allowing it to evaporate until the starch content of the rice grains begins to come free and the mixture starts to acquire a creamy consistency (about 15-18 minutes). Salt and pepper to taste.

9

When the rice is soft but the mixture is still moist, remove the casserole from the heat and, with the rice still very hot, begin to blend in the Parmesan cheese.

10

Add the finely grated Parmesan cheese (the more finely grated, the sooner it will blend into the mixture) until it has melted and completely merged with the risotto, giving it a mushy consistency.

11

Just before serving, very hot, grate or slice the truffles over top.

12

Season with a drizzle of Pons infused with White/Black Truffle oil

OBSERVATIONS
13

*The porcini may be substituted by other mushrooms that work well in this recipe: button, portobello, or golden or black chanterelle.

MUSHROOM RISOTTO WITH TRUFFLES AND PARMESAN

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