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February 22, 2010

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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Mushroom risotto is one of my all-time favorite main course dishes; I serve it with a green salad and an acidic dressing, to balance the richness of the risotto. The method is everything; once you get the method, the recipe can go in any direction. Thanks for the chart -- very helpful!

Melissa

I want to do mine as a main course with sausage. And perhaps leeks and peas. Of course, this is just a takeoff of my favorite pasta recipe. :) But I bet it would be great for risotto.And thank you for your ratio for risotto. I bet that would be in his book, eh?

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