Noun(1) rice cooked with broth and sprinkled with grated cheese
(1) Along the coast, a meal usually includes fish and pasta, risotto , or polenta.(2) The first course was a minestrone, and the second course was a vegetarian risotto .(3) Instead we savor parsley risotto with English asparagus and wild mushrooms, sautÔö£┬«ed scallops in lentil-and-coriander sauce, and pan-fried veal with foie gras.(4) The lamb was delicious, and the risotto was rich and comforting.(5) he might cook a large risotto(6) She would have the seafood risotto whilst her mother and father who had decided long ago what they would have.(7) she ordered risotto(8) He enjoys the best wines, the best cars, and the best risotto made from truffles in his kitchen by the best cook in the Veneto.(9) But I just had a few bites of risotto before I told Mom that I was full.(10) For dessert, I ordered the warm poached pear filled with creme brulÔö£┬«e and served on a bed of creamed risotto .(11) He ordered the tomato risotto with basil, Mediterranean and roasted vegetables for ├ö├®┬╝14.50.(12) Other starters included risotto of butternut squash with semi-dried tomatoes and blue cheese dressing.(13) Prawn risotto with dill and creme fraiche had all the promise of a light but punchy starter.(14) The risotto was something of a success with a delicious combination of savoury Arborio rice and caramelised onions.(15) Short-grained rice is used in dishes such as risotto or sushi.(16) Amanda ordered some mushroom risotto as well, she craved a little Italian flavour.
(1) risotto :: リゾット
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