Tomato & chorizo risotto with garlic Tenderstem®
25 minutes preparation
35 minutes cooking
Risottos aren't just a winter treat – try this springtime recipe with tomatoes, chorizo and Tenderstem® broccoli.
- 3 tbsp olive oil
- 1 large onion, diced
- 3 garlic cloves, 2 finely chopped and 1 sliced
- 400g risotto rice
- 200ml dry white wine
- 400g can cherry tomatoes
- 1.5l chicken or vegetable stock
- 200g Tenderstem® broccoli
- 150g chorizo, cubed
- 30g parmesan, grated, plus extra for serving
- Handful fresh basil, torn
- Heat 2 tbsp of olive oil in a large saucepan and fry the onion over a low heat until softened, about 10 minutes. Add the finely chopped garlic and cook for a further 1-2 minutes before adding the risotto rice. Stir for 3-4 minutes until the rice starts to become translucent.
- Add the wine and allow it to bubble until absorbed. Drain the cherry tomatoes, reserving the tomato liquid. Add the liquid to the rice and stir through.
- Lower the heat and begin to add the stock, one ladleful at a time. Allow it to almost absorb before adding the next ladle, stirring continuously, this should take about 20-25 minutes.
- Meanwhile, steam the v until just cooked. Then fry the chorizo in a small pan over a high heat until crisp. When the risotto is ready, add the chorizo, parmesan, basil and reserved tinned cherry tomatoes and gently stir through, without breaking up the tomatoes.
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