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Bacon and Leek Risotto

Bacon and Leek Risotto




















A perfect store cupboard supper ready in about half an hour.

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Bacon and Leek Risotto
A great store cupboard staple
Ingredients
  • 250g Arborio Rice
  • 1 Leek, sliced
  • 3 Rashers Smoked Bacon, chopped
  • 2 Garlic Cloves, chopped
  • 750ml Chicken Stock
  • Small handful Parsley, chopped roughly
  • Handful Grated Parmesan
  • Salt and Pepper
Instructions
Step 1: Fry Leek, Bacon and Garlic in 2 TBSP olive oil for 5 minutes.Step 2: Add the rice and stir to coatStep 3: Add stock a ladleful at a time until it is all absorbed. Keep stirring!Step 4: Add the parsley, Parmesan and seasoning before serving.

Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 2

Comments

  1. I love risotto with bacon. I had some once with apple, blue cheese and bacon and it was delicious. I love dishes that use up the odds and ends of the fridge!

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  2. I love risotto. I've never added bacon to it, but that's a great idea. Yum.

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  3. Sounds delicious. I'm always on the look-out for tasty side dishes, because I get tired of plain old potatoes and rice. This looks so fun, though! Leeks have an amazing flavor, and we all know bacon makes everything better...so I know this is a recipe worth holding on to :D.

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  4. I love risotto but have never made one - this looks a lovely recipe. Where's my pan.....!

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  5. ooh this looks and sounds yum! will definately be trying this one shortly! lurve bacon and leeks so am sure will be delish!

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  6. Yum - that looks delicious! I'm so glad your blog was featured on Finest Foodies Friday; now I've got something new to try!

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  7. Risotto can be such a versatile dish. Bacon & Leek are always a great combination - delicious!

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