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DeLallo Arborio Risotto Rice

Tips for Cooking Risotto: 1. Always use warm stock. Keep stock simmering as you add it to your risotto. Using cold stock will interfere with the cooking process. Stock to rice ratio: approx 4 cups stock to 1 cup rice. 2. Stir, stir, stir. Stir often, but not constantly, to release the grains' natural starches. 3. Add stock slowly, one ladle at a time. Once liquid has been absorbed, add another. 4. Don't overcook. As with pasta, the aim is for an al dente bite - tender but firm. The texture of the overall dish should be creamy, not mushy or gluey. Once cooked, serve it up immediately! 5. The right tools for the job. A wide, low saucepan with a heavy bottom ensures even cooking and ideal space for evaporating liquids. We also recommend a wooden spoon for stirring. 6. Save add-ins for the end. Cook and season ingredients separately from your risotto and stir in during at the last 5 min of cooking. 7. Finish it off right! Remove from the stove to add butter and cheese. One more ladle of broth may be needed to keep the creamy consistency.
Ingredients
Rice.