How to make risotto: basic tips to avoid suffering preparing it and four recipes (2023)

Tricks so that you get the perfect risotto, with al dente grains and a creamy sauce. Yes, the variety of rice is important. No, you don't need to have two sprains in your arm to make it

This one has sobrasada Diego Domínguez Almudévar

Oh, the risotto, the cook's best friend.

Let's be clear: making a risotto is easy.

Very easy;

What's more, I would say that it is the easiest rice recipe to prepare.

But the result is so good, it's so full of flavor, it's so creamy, it can make you look like a real chef.

"What a great risotto, how well you cook", your diners will tell you, adulation that you will hear smiling and knowing full well that all you have done is stir the broth with rice.

In short, the good things in life, which sometimes cost little.

Nor am I going to generalize, because indeed, there are bad risottos.

Come on, I have tried them tremendously bad, with the rice overcooked and soft and so thick that they have become something more like concrete than a plate of food.

Today at El Comidista we give you four tips to get the perfect risotto, with al dente grains bound together with a creamy sauce of starch, fat and cheese, the Holy Trinity of Italian risotto.

variety matters

Rice is the most important thing when making a risotto.

We need a grain with a high starch content, so that it is released into the broth and generates that characteristic creamy texture.

We have several options, but they are all short and round rice:

  • Arborio

    : of Italian origin, it is the easiest to obtain since it is usually the one sold under the name of “risotto rice” in most supermarkets;

    It is also the cheapest.

  • Carnaroli

    : It is also Italian, and has a higher starch content than arborio, which allows it to absorb more liquid and better maintain its structure during cooking.

    It is therefore considered superior in quality, but it is also much more expensive and it is difficult to find it outside of Italian import stores.

  • Marisma or Albufera

    : they are varieties grown in Spain that are not typical for risotto, but they work if you can't find either of the other two.

    They have less starch content than arborio and carnaroli, so they have less liquid absorption capacity and will less thicken the sauce, but hey, they will do the job.

    They are the rices that are normally used in the honeyed ones.

It is not necessary to leave the arm

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I am sure that if you are looking for risotto recipes right now, 95% of those you have read will have told you that you have to add the broth, ladle by ladle, hot, and stir constantly so that the grains release their starch and thicken the sauce. .

Well, I have come to save you arm pain and 25 minutes in front of the pan: it is not necessary to add the broth little by little, it does not need to be hot, and it is not necessary to stir constantly.

I'm not saying it, J. Kenji López-Alt said it years ago in Serious Eats and Adam Ragusea confirmed it recently on his YouTube channel: the result is the same if we add all the broth at once, at room temperature, and we stir only two or three times during the entire duration of cooking.

You save what is usually lazy about risotto, being there hit the ladle.

The development of this false technique can have many origins, but the one that hits me the most is a cook who wanted to pretend to be a chef and wanted to make everyone see how hard you had to work to make a risotto.

I am going to concede that this technique does have a good part: that you add the necessary broth and no more, because you are testing before adding another saucepan to see if the rice is ready.

That is why, when I make risotto, I stay in the middle ground.

Arborio or carnaroli rice usually needs a ratio of one part rice to three parts liquid, so I start cooking by adding two parts of the broth, and when it has completely reduced I add the remaining part little by little, until done.

But come on, if you can't be aware, add the three, and it will work.

Unless you want to be an intense cook, then go pot to pot.

point is key

The difference between a risotto and a congee -a Chinese rice porridge- is quite fine.

In fact, it's what usually differentiates a good risotto from a bad one: the grains should be perfectly al dente, held together by the creamy sauce, still retaining texture so they're not just flavorful porridge.

This is why my recommendation is to add the final broth little by little, to be able to turn off the heat when the rice is a little before al dente, so that you think it has 1 minute left.

Between the fact that you add the fat, the cheese, mix, serve and finish, the rice will have finished cooking and will be at the perfect point, with distinguishable grains between them.

How to pause the risotto

If there's something bad about risotto, it's reheating it. Either you serve it as soon as you've finished cooking it, or the starch, butter, cheese and rice form a glob that's not very pleasant to eat and that's only good for making arancini or arancinas, the famous Italian risotto croquettes.

If you have ever wondered how they do in restaurants to get a risotto within 10 minutes of ordering it, perfectly cooked and with rice to the point, we bring you the trick so that you can do the same at home.

There is no mystery: what we are going to do is add the two initial parts of broth and cook it normally, and when the broth has been completely reduced, we remove the pan from the heat.

And that's it: we're pausing the risotto, keeping the grains still raw.

When it's time to serve, place the pan back on the heat, and gradually add the rest of the broth, until the risotto is done, and you can serve it as fresh (because, in a way, it will be).

Look how this black garlic risotto looks DIEGO DOMINGUEZ ALMUDEVAR

If the theory seems very good to you but what you want are recipes, here are four that can be for two, three and even four people, depending on whether they are going to be a main dish or a side dish.



The risotto par excellence, simple but tremendously aromatic.

It is usually served with a piece of meat, either an ossobuco stew to make Milan's most typical dish,

ossobuco alla millanesa

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, or a grilled chicken thigh, with crispy skin.

Chop an onion and two garlic cloves into a fine


and add them to a skillet over medium-high heat with a little olive oil.

Sauté them for six or seven minutes, and while toasting the saffron, about 10 strands.

There are several ways to do it, my favorite is to wrap it in a small packet of aluminum foil and place it over the flame of a lighter, without touching the paper, for about 10-15 seconds, until you smell it.

Be careful because it's easy to burn, and it's not exactly cheap.

When the onion is poached, add 200 grams of arborio rice, and toast it for three minutes, until it is translucent around the edges.

Add 150 milliliters of dry white wine and the toasted saffron, mix and allow the wine to reduce almost completely.

Then add 400 milliliters of chicken broth, mix, and let the risotto cook, stirring a couple of times every three to four minutes.

When the liquid has reduced enough to see the bottom of the pan when you stir with a spatula, add more broth a little at a time until the rice is a little less than al dente (about 200 milliliters more).

Turn off the heat, add a knob of butter and 20 grams of grated Parmesan, integrate everything, correct seasoning and serve immediately.

Don't tell any Italian, but I love to finish this risotto with hot paprika, it gives it a wonderful smoky touch.

Simple but aromaticDiego Domínguez Almudévar


It is one of the great combos of Spanish gastronomy: sobrassada and honey are the perfect couple on toast, so why wouldn't they also be the same in a risotto?

Intense and tasty, with the sweet touch of honey and very aromatic thanks to the fresh thyme.

Start by chopping a fine brunoise onion and two sliced ​​garlic cloves, and add them to a skillet over medium-high heat with a little olive oil.

Sauté them for six or seven minutes, until the onion is soft, and then add 100 grams of Mallorcan sobrassada.

Sauté for three minutes, until it has broken down, is deep orange in color, and is very aromatic.

It is the turn of 200 grams of arborio rice, toast it for two or three minutes, and when it is translucent around the edges add 150 milliliters of dry white wine.

Reduce the wine until you can see the bottom of the pan when you stir with the spatula, then add 400 milliliters of your choice of broth.

Cook the risotto stirring a little every three to four minutes, and when the liquid has reduced and you can see the bottom of the pan as you stir, continue adding broth until the rice is almost al dente (about 200 milliliters).

Turn off the heat and add a knob of butter and 20 grams of grated Parmesan.

Mix, correct salt and serve immediately.

Finish with honey, chopped almonds and fresh thyme leaves.


A wonderful way to make risotto extra creamy is to add a cream or puree of anything instead of broth.

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In this recipe we are going to do it with a pumpkin puree without more, but you can substitute it with any cream or puree that you have in the fridge, it works with everyone.

Of course, instead of finally integrating the butter and Parmesan into the risotto, which is already creamy enough in itself, we are going to put them on top, in the form of toasted butter with sage and Parmesan flakes.

You can omit both and swap them out for other ingredients like nutritional yeast or nuts to make the dish vegan.

Start by adding 500 grams of peeled and diced squash to a saucepan of cold water, place over medium-high heat, and cook until the squash can be pierced with a knife without pressure, about 20 minutes.

Then, transfer the saucepan to a food processor or hand blender jar and blend.

While the pumpkin is cooking, you can take the opportunity to toast the butter: add 50 grams to a small skillet and melt it over medium heat.

When it starts to bubble, add four or five sage leaves and continue cooking it, until it starts to foam, stirring frequently.

When it froths, continue cooking it paying close attention, because in 20-30 seconds it will acquire a toasted color and it will be ready.

Transfer it to a bowl along with the sage leaves and set aside.

Chop three shallots very finely and add them to a pan with olive oil.

Sauté them for three minutes, until they are translucent, and then add 250 grams of arborio rice.

Toast it for three minutes, and it is the turn of 150 milliliters of white wine.

Reduce it until it is almost gone, and then add all the pumpkin puree, rinse the glass with 250 ml of water and add that too.

Mix well and let the risotto cook, stirring a couple of times every three to four minutes.

When you see that there is little water left for the rice to absorb, continue adding a little at a time until the rice is al dente, about 150 milliliters more.

When ready, season with salt and serve immediately.

Top it off with as much toasted butter as the body calls for, a couple of crisp halved sage leaves, Parmesan flakes, and freshly ground black pepper.

The plate looks like the shield of Captain America DIEGO DOMINGUEZ ALMUDEVAR




One of my favorite pastas, due to its simplicity, is the

Pasta al limone

, citric, light and surprising.


risotto al limone

is its equivalent with rice, and like the

alla milanesa

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it is ideal to serve it alongside a protein.

It also reminds me a lot of avgolemono, a creamy Greek egg and lemon rice soup perfect for when you're sick.

Anyway, everywhere they end up cooking similar things.

For a little variation, in this recipe instead of chopping the onion, grind it, which will make it fully integrate into the risotto.

Then, add it to a pan over medium-high heat with a little oil and salt and fry it for five or six minutes, until its water has evaporated and it takes on a poached color.

It's the rice's turn, 200 grams of arborio, toast it for three minutes until it starts to turn translucent around the edges, and then add the juice of a medium lemon (reserve the peels to finish the dish) and 150 milliliters of white wine.

Mix, and cook until almost completely reduced;

then add 400 milliliters of any broth (although you could put water in this simply because the flavor comes almost exclusively from lemon and Manchego cheese).

Cook the risotto, stirring every three to four minutes, until all the liquid has reduced, and then continue adding broth or water until the rice is just short of al dente.

Turn off the heat and add 20 grams of Manchego or any cured cheese, and 15 milliliters of extra virgin olive oil.

Mix well until everything is integrated, correct salt and serve immediately.

Top with finely chopped chives and a little lemon zest.

honeyed vs.


You may be wondering, as usual, what is the difference between sweet Spanish rice and Italian risotto, since in theory they both look the same: rice bound with a creamy sauce.

Leaving aside the origin of the ingredients, since the sweet will be made with Spanish rice such as marsh, and the risotto with Italian rice such as arborio;

the main difference lies in the final step of cooking.

In the sticky rice the sauce is created with the starch, and there the thing remains;

in the risotto there is an extra step, called

mantecatura in Italian

, in which fat is added -usually butter- and grated cheese, usually Parmesan, giving it an extra milky creaminess that makes the sauce a little firmer.

A risotto should be thicker than a creamy one: the former can be eaten with a fork, while the latter is probably better eaten with a spoon.

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How to make risotto: basic tips to avoid suffering preparing it and four recipes? ›

Never wash your rice beforehand as this removes the starch, which is what helps give risotto its smooth texture. Cook your risotto on a low, simmering heat and add the stock gradually, one ladle at a time. This gives the rice time to fully absorb the liquid and flavours. Rushing your risotto will only ruin its texture.

What is the trick to making good risotto? ›

Never wash your rice beforehand as this removes the starch, which is what helps give risotto its smooth texture. Cook your risotto on a low, simmering heat and add the stock gradually, one ladle at a time. This gives the rice time to fully absorb the liquid and flavours. Rushing your risotto will only ruin its texture.

What are the steps of risotto? ›

This classic Italian recipe is characterized by four main steps—tostatura, sfumatura, cottura and mantecatura—in which the rice is toasted, the wine is added, the rice is patiently stirred, and finally, the dish is finished with butter and cheese.

How do you prepare risotto before cooking? ›

Blanching The Risotto Rice
  1. Bring the water to the boil.
  2. Add the rice, and allow plenty of room for the rice to move around.
  3. Cook for 8 minutes and drain in a colander.
  4. Place the arborio rice in the fridge and chill before needed.

What is the secret ingredient in risotto? ›

For risotto, that ingredient is salted water, according to chef and writer Naomi Pomeroy (via The Kitchn). If you've ever made risotto before, the recipe that you followed most likely called for broth or stock, but the truth is that salted water produces better results.

How do chefs make risotto so fast? ›

The key is to spread the rice out into a thin, uniform layer so that it cools rapidly and evenly. Giving it a few gentle stirs as it starts to cool can hasten the process. *If you're cooking your risotto in a pressure cooker, just cut the cooking time down by about 25%, and leave out the last spoonful of liquid.

What is the process of the risotto method for cooking grains? ›

Risotto. A method of cooking short grain rice in Italy, risotto begins by sweating aromatics in fat, adding the rice, and then slowly adding the liquid one ladle at a time. The dish is finished with butter and cheese, which gives it a creamy and savory finish.

What makes risotto difficult? ›

It gets complicated because Arborio rice will turn glutinous and sticky if held too long, so many restaurants do not make a true risotto.

Should risotto be sticky? ›

Smooth as silk. Contrary to what many places serve up as a risotto, a proper final result should be smooth, creamy and wet, and never dry or stodgy. If your final risotto has a sticky, dry consistency you can easily fix it by stirring through a little more hot stock, until you reach the desired texture.

Should you soak risotto before cooking? ›

We hydrate and then retrograde the starch, which stabilizes it so that you can rapidly boil your risotto, cook it perfectly and hold it without it becoming a gluey mess. It's less starchy than the original but still delicious and much more functional especially for dinner parties or in a restaurant setting.

Should risotto rice be washed before cooking? ›

How to prepare risotto rice. Keep the rice in a cool, dry, dark place until ready for use. Ensure it is covered with a lid or kept in a sealed box. The rice does not need washing before use.

Do you rinse risotto after cooking? ›

When made into risotto or rice pudding, the starches slough off the exterior and add thick creaminess to the dishes. Don't rinse those starches off!

When making risotto do you cook the rice first? ›

Learn how to make risotto and master this simple cooking technique. Sauteing the aromatics and rice first adds the base layer of flavor. Then gradually adding in the liquid and continuously stirring ensures separate grains and a creamy texture.

Do you use chicken broth or stock for risotto? ›

  1. 32 ounces unsalted chicken stock, warmed (you can also substitute vegetable broth or stock)
  2. 1 tablespoon unsalted butter.
  3. 1 cup Arborio rice.
  4. 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt.
  5. 1/4 cup freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano or Pecorino-Romano cheese.

What makes a real risotto? ›

Risotto is made with short-grain rice varieties, which tend to be high in starch and create that sticky, creamy texture you're looking for in risotto. The two most common varieties used for risotto are carnaroli and arborio.

What is one unique aspect of preparing risotto? ›

Unlike other rice recipes that require simmering in a pot of water, risotto is cooked very slowly by adding small amounts of liquid at a time. This process allows the rice to release its starches, creating a rich, velvety sauce with soft but slightly al dente grains.

How does Hell's Kitchen cook risotto so quickly? ›

"You take the arborio rice and you blanch it (scald it in boiling water for a short time) as if you're blanching pasta," he says. "Boil salted water, throw in the rice, boil it for nine minutes, strain it and throw it on a sheet pan. It's 90% cooked, so all you're doing is just picking it up.

Why do you fry rice before cooking risotto? ›

Even though arborio rice is more known, carnaroli is the go-to rice for risotto in Italy. Toasting the rice in a fat (olive oil or butter) helps change the surface of the rice—it makes it a touch 'fried' or crispy! This helps the rice grains release starch more slowly and hold their shape better after a long cook.

What are the three basic methods for cooking grains? ›

Three basic cooking methods are used to prepare grains: simmering, risotto and pilaf. Unlike simmered grains, either those cooked by the 'risotto' or the 'pilaf' method are first coated with hot fat.

How do restaurants get risotto so fast? ›

Most restaurants cook risotto in a large pot over a high heat. They also use a large quantity of stock, which helps to cook the rice quickly. The chef will also stir constantly and add more stock as needed.

What thickens risotto? ›

Starch is what makes risotto thick and creamy and you want those starches to seep into the cooking liquid instead.

Why do you add liquid slowly to risotto? ›

The smoothness of risotto comes from the way it's cooked: slowly adding liquid to coax the starches from the grain for a creamy texture while the core of the rice kernel stays al dente.

Do you put vinegar in risotto? ›

If you'd like to lend a touch of acidity to the risotto you can add a squeeze of lemon juice or a touch of white or red wine vinegar at any point while you're stirring in the broth.

What's the best pan to cook risotto in? ›

A wide pot — such as a Braiser or a Frying Pan — prompts fast evaporation, and fast evaporation results in dry rice. A tall Stockpot, on the other hand, successfully slows down evaporation but can lead to a soupy, overcooked risotto. A Chef Pan is the perfect middle ground.

How many cups of risotto per person? ›

Risotto for two people: ¾ cup of rice, at least 2 ¼ cups of broth. Risotto for four people: 1.5 cups of rice, at least 4.5 cups of broth or a little over 1 liter. Risotto for six people: 2.5 cups of rice, 7.5 cups of broth, almost 2 liters.

Do you use cold or hot broth for risotto? ›

Don't ever use cold stock. Do bring your stock to a boil, then taste to make sure it has a nice flavor and then turn the heat down to low. For visual learns, keep the stock warm but not boiling.

Why do you put vinegar in risotto? ›

Traditionally, you would use white wine & chicken stock to cook risotto. The wine gives risotto some needed acidity & balance. However, 1-3 tablespoons of white wine vinegar added to your broth works as a great substitute for those that don't have or don't want to use wine in risotto.

Why won t my risotto soften? ›

Why is my risotto rice still hard? If your risotto is still hard, it hasn't finished cooking. Keep adding more stock until it becomes al dente or your preferred texture.

Is it better to Rinse rice before or after cooking? ›

Rinsing your rice before cooking gives the surface starches on your rice somewhere to go besides the pot. For best results, rinse rice in a fine-mesh strainer under the tap until the water runs clear. It won't change your life, but it'll certainly change your rice for the better.

What happens if you don't rinse rice before cooking? ›

What happens if you do not rinse the rice? If you do not rinse the rice, residual starch from the grains will gelatinized during the cooking process and create cooked grains to be of sticky texture. The rice will look more like risotto than the fluffy rice that are served at restaurants.

Do you cook risotto on high heat? ›

Yes, risotto is supposed to be a slower cooking process; but if you cook it at too low a heat, it will never cook. The rice should be at a medium simmer throughout cooking.

How often should you add broth to risotto? ›

Continue to cook on medium-low, adding broth in 1/2-cup increments followed by a splash of wine, and stirring frequently after each addition, until most of the liquid is absorbed. The risotto is done when you've used all the broth and wine and the rice is creamy and just tender, 25 to 35 minutes total.

Do you keep adding water to risotto? ›

Only add more water when you feel the rice beginning to stick to the bottom of the pot. Keep cooking the rice, adding water one large ladleful at a time as necessary. After about 15 minutes of cooking, season the risotto with salt and taste a grain of rice.

Should you soak arborio rice before making risotto? ›

None of the risotto rice (Arborio, Carnaroli, Vialone, Nano, or Baldo) should be rinsed before cooking the risotto.

How many cups of water to risotto rice? ›

Similar to traditional methods, the perfect water to rice ratio is 2:1, which means 2 cups of water per each cup of rice. In a saucepan over the stove, bring water to a boil and stir in rice. Cover, reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes or until all water is absorbed.

Do you use butter or oil for risotto? ›

In special way if you want a creamy risotto and if you want to follow the traditional recipe. So the first move is to toast rice with butter. Add a little of extra virgin olive oil if you like but don't cook it without butter. The only exception is the seafood risotto, which prefers extra virgin olive oil only.

What kind of onion is best for risotto? ›

the onions

The best would be to use the Italian white onion, which is very smooth and not too strong. I would also recommend using shallots instead of onions. Shallots are more fragrant and two larger shallots should be sufficient.

Is bone broth or stock better for risotto? ›

Normally, risotto is made with chicken, vegetable, or beef stock. You can certainly do that with this recipe, but using bone broth is a great way to amp up the richness and flavor, while giving you all kinds of added nutrients.

What makes risotto creamy? ›

Don't Rinse The Rice

But for risotto, the starch actually helps create an extra creamy sauce. Just like the handy dandy trick of using pasta water to create creamier sauces, the exterior starch helps the stock, butter, and cheese produce a silky, rich sauce.

What do Italians eat with risotto? ›

What goes well with risotto? In Italy, when it is not used as a complete meal, risotto is considered a main dish, and is usually served with small portions of meat or light vegetable side dishes. For example, it is very common to pair risotto with a couple of lemon escalopes, or with bresaola and arugula.

Does risotto need onion? ›

It's also a dish you can make almost entirely from your pantry. All you need is an onion, rice, some kind of flavorful liquid, vegetables and some cheese, but all of these things lend themselves to substitutions.

What are the three stages of risotto? ›

Step 1 - Sofrito: making risotto starts by gently frying a diced onion in butter. Step 2 - Tostatura: in this phase, add the rice to the pan and allow it to toast a little, it can be slightly crispy and the rice should be glazed and lightly toasted. Step 3 - Umifità: the adding and reducing of the white wine.

What does perfect risotto look like? ›

If it's rough and chunky, with a large white center, it's undercooked. If it has no opaque center and is super smooth and soft, it's overcooked. If it's a fairly smooth smear with a little bit of white in the middle, like the grain pictured on the far right, it's perfectly cooked.

Is it better to make risotto with butter or olive oil? ›

Many people mistakenly think that butter, and lots of it, is required as the finish, to make risotto creamy. Olive oil at the end adds a nice complexity that does not alter the essential flavor of the risotto: it is, in my opinion, a cleaner finish.

Why is my risotto not getting soft? ›

Why is my risotto rice still hard? If your risotto is still hard, it hasn't finished cooking. Keep adding more stock until it becomes al dente or your preferred texture.

Do you really have to stir risotto constantly? ›

The stir-to-time ratio is important in making risotto. Make sure to not to stir the rice constantly or the texture will be ruined. In order for the risotto to absorb the other ingredients, it must simmer within the pot. It's recommended to stir the risotto every 30 seconds.

Do Italians put butter in risotto? ›

Once ready, the rice should be removed from the heat and stirred with a knob of cold butter and parmesan cheese. This is considered the 'mantecatura' phase, an Italian word referring to the process of 'creaming' butter and cheese with the risotto in this case.

Why do Italians use olive oil instead of butter? ›

In Italy, meat consumption was forbidden during Lent, so people reached for fish and vegetables instead. To prepare these foods, they began using olive oil since it was the only fat not sourced from animals.

Why do you put cold butter in risotto? ›

A chef secret? Use very cold butter and cheese from the fridge (or even butter that's been in the freezer for a few hours). In fact, the resultant “thermal shock” will help bring out risotto all'onda's characteristic velvety texture.

Can you overcook risotto rice? ›

One of the most surefire ways to ruin risotto is by overcooking it. Like pasta, the rice should be al dente—just cooked with a little bite to it. If you can mold your risotto into a shape, you've cooked it too long.

Do you cook risotto with lid on or off? ›

Because risotto is cooked uncovered on the stovetop, a lot of liquid evaporates. Plan on about three times as much liquid as rice. And that liquid should be stock of some sort. Chicken stock is the staple, but use whatever stock you prefer — beef, vegetable, seafood.

Do you keep the lid on when cooking risotto? ›

Making risotto is different from other ways of cooking rice. Risotto cooks without a cover, so instead of steaming, it simmers until the liquid fully absorbs and the rice is al dente.


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