How to Prepare Perfect Smoked sausage and parmesan risotto

date: 2021-01-30T03:11:41.162Z
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author: Duane Dixon
ratingvalue: 4.2
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recipeingredient:
- "500 ml chicken stock" - "200 g risotto rice" - " Mattesons smoked sausage chopped" - "1 red onion diced" - "Handful chestnut mushrooms sliced" - "1 garlic clove" - " Black pepper" - "Handful frozen peas" - " Grated parmesan"
recipeinstructions:
- "Chop the smoked sausage and fry in a large pan with a dash of oil. Once browned, remove the sausage and place to one side." - "Add the veg, including the crushed garlic to the same pan and cook until softened. Once cooked, add the sausage and mix in the uncooked rice. Leave on a medium heat for 1 minute to soak up whatever juice is in the pan." - "Stir in little bits of stock at a time. You need to continue to stir and wait for the rice to absorb whatever liquid is in the pan before adding more. This should take 20 to 30 minutes in total to make sure the rice is cooked but check as you go along." - "Once rice is cooked to your liking, add the frozen peas, seasoning and grate in parmesan to taste."
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- Recipe
tags:
- smoked - sausage - and
katakunci: smoked sausage and
nutrition: 104 calories
recipecuisine: American
preptime: "PT31M"
cooktime: "PT59M"
recipeyield: "2"
recipecategory: Dessert

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Hey everyone, I hope you're having an incredible day today. Today, we're going to prepare a special dish, smoked sausage and parmesan risotto. It is one of my favorites. For mine, I'm gonna make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Smoked sausage and parmesan risotto is one of the most popular of current trending foods on earth. It is easy, it's quick, it tastes yummy. It's enjoyed by millions daily. Smoked sausage and parmesan risotto is something which I have loved my whole life. They are fine and they look fantastic.




To begin with this recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can cook smoked sausage and parmesan risotto using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.



##### The ingredients needed to make Smoked sausage and parmesan risotto:

1. Get 500 ml chicken stock 1. Prepare 200 g risotto rice 1. Get Matteson's smoked sausage, chopped 1. Make ready 1 red onion, diced 1. Prepare Handful chestnut mushrooms, sliced 1. Take 1 garlic clove 1. Make ready Black pepper 1. Prepare Handful frozen peas 1. Make ready Grated parmesan





##### Steps to make Smoked sausage and parmesan risotto:

1. Chop the smoked sausage and fry in a large pan with a dash of oil. Once browned, remove the sausage and place to one side. 1. Add the veg, including the crushed garlic to the same pan and cook until softened. Once cooked, add the sausage and mix in the uncooked rice. Leave on a medium heat for 1 minute to soak up whatever juice is in the pan. 1. Stir in little bits of stock at a time. You need to continue to stir and wait for the rice to absorb whatever liquid is in the pan before adding more. - This should take 20 to 30 minutes in total to make sure the rice is cooked but check as you go along. 1. Once rice is cooked to your liking, add the frozen peas, seasoning and grate in parmesan to taste.



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