A risotto with luxurious, fresh flavors and simple ingredients.
Risotto gets a bad rap as a difficult dish to make. And it's sort of true -- it does require more attention than some dishes. But it's not the beast that it gets made out to be, and it's totally worth the effort. This recipe uses simple ingredients to produce rich, bright flavors. Saffron provides a beautiful color and a subtle, floral flavor, while lemon juice and lemon zest add the perfect amount of acidity. A healthy amount of Parmesan cheese finishes it off with some salty, cheesy, umami flavor. And once you make a habit of keeping Arborio rice in your cupboard and Vanns Saffron in your spice rack, this is essentially a pantry dish, something that can be pulled out for a last-minute fancy dinner any time.
Serves 6. Adapted from One Good Dish.
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