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easy risotto recipe – ham, pea and parmesan baked risotto

Mon 24th, Jun, 2013

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easy risotto recipe – ham, pea and parmesan risotto
Author: Sarah abeachcottage.com
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Serves: 4
very easy baked risotto recipe – pop it in the oven and forget it!
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 cups Arborio rice
  • 1 cup Parmesan cheese, grated
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • half a lemon
  • 3 tbsp butter
  • 2 cups frozen peas
  • 4 slices ham
  • 5 cups stock
  • handful of garden herbs
  • salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. pre-heat oven to 190C
  2. add 4 cups of stock and rice to ovenproof dish
  3. cover and bake for 45 mins
  4. remove from oven & add wine, stock, cheese, butter, peas, ham, herbs, salt, pepper
  5. stir well
  6. pop back in the oven for 5 mins, stir, add a squeeze of lemon, extra cheese and dress with herbs, salt & pepper

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The  oven way is the Real Girl’s Beach Cottage Risotto – throw it in and forget it and go and get in the bath…

Just the way I like it…

And that is the end of that and my easy baked risotto, try it and smile

Sarah

 

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7 Responses to “easy risotto recipe – ham, pea and parmesan baked risotto”

  1. Sarah this looks soooo delish! I’ve never baked risotto before?! The photos look beautiful too. A perfect winter recipe :)

    Nat x

  2. Carol says:

    Hi Sarah. Love a baked risotto but I have always started it traditionally by sauteing the rice, garlic and onion, add the wine and stir till almost evaporated. Then add hot stock and whatever other ingredients you fancy. Stick in hot oven and it’s ready in 30 mins. Stir through some Parmesan. Yum!

  3. merilyn says:

    have to love the delicious look of it sarah, especially if it’s easy peasy!
    Jamie is definitely a gorgeous child of the universe, as are you, especially with that fringe!
    no wonder you get away with anything !!!
    anyone with a sense of humour and enthusiasm does it for me.
    I’ve always loved the back of wardrobes too … some sense of satisfaction, somehow!
    thankyou … lol m :)

    • merilyn says:

      me again just asking sarah … if it is possible to save your recipe as I do with pictures
      I realize one can print it but I don’t tend to print … i would like to go into my recipe folder and see your recipe there as I do with photos?? pleas and thankyou policy applies lol m:)

  4. Neen says:

    Well, if this is as easy and delicious as your chicken curry and spanish eggs then yay !!! Our kids can cook both recipes and I do love that !!
    We do love a pea and bacon risotto here, but the stiring does take a long time. Baked Risotto here we come!! Thankyou Sarah ;) Neen

  5. Jos says:

    Yum Sarah – I made a baked one on Fri for a wintry fix – so divine. I’ve also had success in our fav the slow cooker – man I love my sc!!!! And i’m with you – no more standing at the stove stirring away. Bliss.