Risotto Recipe in Rice Cooker
July 23, 2013
I love a time saver that does not compromise the outcome. Who doesn’t? It is all about discovering them. I am sharing this one that I have recently discovered.
Well, add it back on! This recipe is quick and super easy to make as the rice cooker does all the work for you. That’s right no standing, sitting, or leaning at the stove stirring, and stirring and stirring. I did not know you could do this until I recently received a new rice cooker from my friends at Kambrook. My old rice cooker was a basic one that just did rice, I think…
As with the slow cooker my mum gave me at the start of Winter, I am experimenting with my this new appliance. I am very excited that it also has a steaming basket. I will be trying that out very soon.
I started with learning to cook the basics in my new appliance, and it is a great start – Risotto cooked and on the table in 30 minutes. I love that. It leaves me free in the day to play with my 2 year old “Cuddles” and do other fun stuff.
I was excited to find a gorgeous baby artichoke flower appear in my garden a couple of weeks ago. The plant I has only ever produced flowers in Summer to date. It hasn’t previously ever produced anything in Winter. I have been keeping an eye on the random flower and grabbed it for dinner after I had collected a couple of other locally grown beauties at my local fruit store.
I followed the Kambrook provided instruction booklet for the rice cooker a couple of times to get used to the machine and created this recipe after. Check your own machine’s functionality prior to following these steps. I used my oven timer throughout the recipe to keep track of the timing of the steps.
What do you cook in it? I would love to hear in the comments below.
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