how to make quick Wild mushroom risotto by Matt Preston

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Table of Contents

Ingredients

  • 500g mixed mushrooms
  • 5 cups Massel vegetable liquid stock
  • 110g butter
  • Olive oil
  • 1 medium-size brown onion, chopped
  • 1 clove of garlic, crushed
  • 2 cups carnaroli rice, or vialone nano rice
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 100g freshly grated parmesan cheese
  • Salt and cracked black pepper
  • 50g hazelnuts, skin removed
  • Zest of one orange
  • Bunch of parsley

Method

  • Step 1
    Trim the mushrooms and wipe them clean if necessary. Keep any clean trimmings.
  • Step 2
    Warm the stock in a large saucepan but do not bring it to the boil. Throw in any mushroom trimmings.
  • Step 3
    Place a large heavy-bottom pan on the heat and melt 30g of butter with a slug of olive oil.
  • Step 4
    Cook onion gently in this pan. Soften, but – and this is important – do not let it colour.
  • Step 5
    Slice the larger mushrooms into fat strips. Chop the smaller mushrooms into halves. If using enoki, toss these through the braised mushrooms just before serving.
  • Step 6
    In a separate pan, put the cut mushrooms with a little butter. Braise these mushrooms gently over a medium heat to soften slightly and go golden. Do not overcook or let the mushrooms lose too much liquid so they boil. Cook the mushrooms in batches if necessary.
  • Step 7
    Check the other pan. When the onion softens, add the garlic and toss. Now add the rice and toss it in the pan. Keep it on the heat for a few minutes to toast the rice. The rice will subtly change colour.
  • Step 8
    Turn up the heat and add the white wine to the rice. Bubble this away until the rice and onion mix looks slippery rather than wet.
  • Step 9
    Add four cups of the stock and stir through the rice. Pop a lid on the pot and turn down the heat. Leave for 12 minutes to simmer away. Don’t touch it.
  • Step 10
    After 12 minutes, check the rice. To do this, crush a grain of rice with your thumb on the back of a wooden spoon. If it squidges outwards leaving a little white star at its centre then it needs to cook longer, add 1/4 cup of stock and stir until absorbed. Use the squidge test again and continue adding more stock if needed. If you see three tiny white stars, then the rice is ready.
  • Step 11
    Spoon in some of the butter and some of the parmesan and vigorously stir the rice with the sort of enthusiasm you might use if paddling away from the lip of a tall waterfall. This will help knock some of the starch off the rice, making the risotto creamy. Keep doing this, adding cheese and butter. This will also help to make the risotto creamy. Season.
  • Step 12
    The texture you are looking for is oozy so it spreads like treacle when dolloped on the plate. Top with the mushrooms, some crushed hazelnuts, a little orange zest and some chopped parsley.

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