Our classic Parmesan risotto is a six-ingredient delight: arborio rice with Parmesan, white wine, broth, onion and butter. A slowly stirred labour of love, the final product is saucy but not soupy, and the grains of rice have a tender bite to them. But that’s only one way to make risotto. Here, from no-stir to slow-cooker risottos, a host of easy ways to make this tasty dish.
Slow cooker barley squash risotto
This shortcut risotto uses the slow cooker, so you don’t have to constantly stir the pot. It also gets a rustic, harvest-fresh finish (perfect for any night of the week) with sautéed mushrooms, creamy squash and fried sage. Get this slow cooker squash and barley risotto recipe.