There are so many great risotto recipes whether cooked on the stove top or in the microwave. Try our delicious chicken risotto, mushroom risotto and pumpkin risotto recipes.

149 Recipes




Global Cuisine

6 reviews

Although higher in fat than white breast meat, the darker-fleshed chicken pieces – the legs (drumsticks) and thighs – are a more concentrated source of minerals, including zinc and some iron.

Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

6 reviews

This is such an easy chicken, pumpkin and spinach risotto to make. You can make this with simplicity all in an electric teflon wok!

Recipe by: foodtechnologyteacher

4 reviews

This is my version of the increasingly popular Pumpkin Risotto. Its very creamy with the feta through it and totally mooreish. I played around with it for some time before I got it to this point. My whole family love this recipe and I get cheers from my kids when I tell them we are having it for dinner. I have only rated it a medium difficulty because of the constant stirring involved. it's not a "chuck it together and leave it" type meal.

Recipe by: JodyW

5 reviews

I went to a local pub and they had this meal on the menu so thought I would give it a go myself. Its pretty close. I am happy with it.

Recipe by: Kabee

26 reviews

Fresh shiitake have the best texture but if you can only get dried soak them in water first. This risotto is extremely good.

Recipe by: WAIX0713

2 reviews

This risotto is one of my husband's favourite dishes. The chorizo really adds a nice spice and you can make it as hot or not as you like.

Recipe by: rachelmac123

2 reviews

A healthy dish which is very easy to make using chicken, onion, fresh mushrooms and arborio rice. Feel free to dress it up with some garlic and chilli if you like.

Recipe by: Gator

5 reviews

This vegetarian risotto with beans and peas is simple yet delicious; slow cooking is the easiest way to cook a hassle-free risotto.

Recipe by: leannejj

32 reviews

Savoury and cheesy. Sublime vegetarian dish for dinner parties. You can substitute Romano cheese for Parmesan and shiitake for portobellos.

Recipe by: Christine M. Cook

3 reviews

The great thing about this recipe is that anyone can make it - it is so easy and you can create so many variations according to your tastes and family demands. All the measurement of the ingredients can be altered to suit your taste. You can either cook on high or low depending when you want to eat. I normally prepare this about 10 in the morning and leave the crockpot on low all day - ready for that evening.

Recipe by: bazza

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