Rice Cooker Risotto: It Doesn't Get Easier

Rice Cooker Risotto: It Doesn't Get Easier

Editor’s Note: I bought myself a fancy new rice cooker a few months ago, and I make more steel-cut oatmeal than rice in it! I can’t wait to try this rice cooker risotto Milanese recipe, which Carolyn says is one of her favorites. No constant stirring required! -- Jane

It’s made with saffron, yellow onion, white onion and chicken stock that go into the bowl of the rice cooker with Arborio rice. Push the button and let the rice cooker do all the work. Just before serving, you stir in a pat of butter and a shower of grated Parmesan. That’s how easy it is.

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