Risotto 4 results

Jambalaya

A friend recently suggested I tried frozen pre-chopped onions, she said it had been a game-changer for her- I had always felt a bit funny about it- maybe thinking it was a bit lazy not to just chop your own onion if you needed it?! But my mind has been completely changed! Why did I not do this sooner? It just makes general meal prep so much quicker, and who isn't pressed for time these days, plus, I actually really flipping hate chopping onions! The other thing that this revelation has done ...

Easy prawn and chorizo paella

  Paella is such a satisfying dish- I don't know if I love it so much because it reminds me of holidays and food festivals, but whenever I do it I always wonder why I don't cook it more often! It's a lovely easy thing to make a lean version of as it has such lovely flavours in it anyway. Chorizo can vary a lot in its fat content, so I try to find the leanest one that I can (so if you are following Slimming World then check the syn value of the one you have selected as it varies ...

Citrus risotto with garlic chilli prawns

All the credit for this goes to Bill Grainger- it's ages since I've browsed through the books that I have of his, and I had completely forgotten about this one! It is such a delicious risotto, pretty simple but the lemony risotto is divine alongside the fiery garlicky prawns. It's actually making my mouth water just thinking about it! It from the book Bill's Open Kitchen (click here to see on Amazon). I have taken out the 50g of butter, and reduced the amount of oil used, we used to ...

Chicken and asparagus risotto

I can't take the credit for this recipe, as it's one my husband always makes when we have leftover roast chicken- it's one of my all time favourites- very simple flavours but just so delicious!