Black Truffle Risotto + Carnaroli Rice + Parmigiano
Blood Orange Salad + Shaved Fennel + Shaved Parmigiano + Calamata Olives + Fresh Oregano
Porcini mushrooms and truffles are abundant in late fall and early winter and often appear in a luxurious risotto, which is the creamy rice dish of Northern Italy. Truffles were once hunted by pigs in Italy because of their highly sensitive sense of smell but have been outlawed because they teat up the ground and have been replaced by truffle hunting dogs.
Serves six to eight people.View Current Recipes
- Black Truffle Risotto
- Blood Orange Salad
- Full color 8.5x11" Recipe Card(s)
- Link to instructional video with Chef Katie Collier
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