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This is a delicious use of leftover roast chicken, a treat for a Monday night supper! You may choose to roast your own chicken or buy it from the supermarket. A little grated cheese such as Parmesan or Pecorino Romano before serving is also a nice touch.
Recipe by: Michele O'Sullivan
This is a unique risotto that also works equally well with scallops or prawns. It still tastes savoury, but it's lovely and creamy and makes a beautiful Valentine's day or special occasion starter. Give it a try!
Recipe by: principessam
This creamy risotto is easy to prepare, but makes an elegant satisfying dish for company with its colourful spinach and chunks of grilled chicken.
Recipe by: Jan Cutler
A wonderfully hearty risotto that is creamier than most. Makes a warming meal. See the footnotes for variations - such as mushroom instead of asparagus. Even my unadventurous and uber-carnivorous brother thinks it's delicious!
Recipe by: chorazy
A creamy risotto with a spicy kick which is perfect for a weekday comforting meal or equally good dressed up for a dinner party served in posh bowls with a crisp salad on the side. Very tasty and simple to make.
Recipe by: oddbird1
Risotto is comfort food at its best, and you can ring the changes by adding almost any ingredients you have to hand. This one uses a selection of chicken, pancetta, leeks and courgettes.
Recipe by: Maggie Pannell
A delicious, authentic Italian risotto with chicken and asparagus. Perfect with a glass of white wine!
Recipe by: katie
I had this Italian-Indian fusion dish at a pub and so thought I would give it a go myself. Easy and delicious. This recipe isn't that spicy so if you lke it hotter, add a little more tandoori paste at that step.
Recipe by: Kabee
Creamy risotto made with chicken, lardons, vermouth and pecorino. This delicate dish requires 20 minutes of undivided loving attention.
Recipe by: RoosterandHen