Risotto with Artichokes

Artichokes have the reputation of being difficult to pair with wine. Sometimes they make red wines taste bitter and whites seem oddly sweet. There are, however, two ways to work with them: overpower them with a tannic, herbal red or, better yet, choose a crisp, very dry Sauvignon Blanc. Dependable: grassy and herbal Sauvignon Blanc. Daring: leafy Cabernet Franc.
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BenTX
,McKinney
,TX
February 12, 2012
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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A Family Favorite
February 12, 2012
My 4 yo daughter calls this "cheesy rice".
It is delicious.
I have yet to encounter someone that hasn't loved it.
This recipe is slightly updated, it appears, from what is in the Cookbook.
I prefer the diced carrots that the Cookbook calls for.
This recipe also keeps well for leftovers or lunch next day.
I usually prepare it as a main course with some fresh baby spinach on the side.
Pros: Yield, Kid-Friendly, Appearance, Impressive, Will Make Again