In case you didn’t know it: I’m a lazy chef and proud of it! Why make it hard on yourself when you can take it easy? :-p And being lazy comes with nothing but advantages. It means I’m always looking for the simplest and easiest way to cook delicious food.
A while back I vented on my love-hate relationship with risotto. I think it’s delicious, but it’s just too much of a hassle. That’s why, back then, I developed a version with oatmeal. It’s a great faux-risotto, but rice still kinda beats oats…
When I got my Ferleon-cooking pot, I was on cloud nine. A pot to use on the stove as well as in the oven! I just knew my life would change. And it did! Thanks to my Ferleon-pot I can now make a proper rice risotto without all that stirring!
So you’ll need a Ferleon-pot for this recipe. You might be able to pull it off with another oven-proof cast iron cooking pot, but I’m not gonna bet on it :-p. Joking aside, I can really recommend you take a look in the Ferleon-range. A beautiful, modern design and Belgian quality. Yes, I’m a fan!
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Valerie, Carine Caroline were pleasantly surprised: sooo easy, it practically cooks itself and it has that proper risotto taste!
Valerie’s risotto took a longer while to cook, but she says her oven’s to blame. 🙂
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Have fun cooking and… bon appétit! 🙂