Ten-Minute Risotto and Five-Minute Cream Soup

I can think of nothing better on a cold, wintry day than a bowl of warm, comforting, creamy rice. Risotto sounds fancy and difficult, but it’s very simple and, I find, quite relaxing to cook. After sauteing onions until soft and mixing in the rice until well-coated with oil, you simply have to slowly and serenely stir the pan of grains, occasionally ladling in another veil of warm broth, until you find yourself with a pan of luscious, just-softened rice enveloped in a bath of velvety stock. And the entire thing can be achieved in under thirty minutes.

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