As temperatures dip and winter approaches, everyone seems to be craving comfort food. Often, when we think “comfort food”, though, we think dishes like soups and stews that can take a while to prepare. Slow cooked dishes are great for making ahead of time on the weekend when most of us have a little more time to cook.
But what about weeknights? When you come home after a long day, it’s cold and all you want is a warm bowl of something comforting? And you’ve only got a short time to prepare it? Pasta and soup are often our “go-to” dishes but what about those nights when you want something a little fancier than soup or pasta? How about risotto? Even better, how about risotto baked in a roasted squash?
I know – you’ve maybe heard that risotto is hard to make properly. In my kitchen, though, it’s become a “go to” recipe for cold evenings when we want something a little special. It’s the kind of recipe that once you have figured out the technique, the possibilities for changing up the flavours are endless.
Want the recipe? Head on over to the Real Women of Philadelphia website!
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Disclosure: I have received compensation for developing a series of posts for the Real Women of Philadelphia website in 2014.