What wine goes with mushroom risotto?

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asked May 12, 2020 in Other-Food Drink by Elinda (520 points)
What wine goes with mushroom risotto?

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answered May 12, 2020 by linda (29,560 points)
The best wine that goes good with mushroom risotto is Pinot Noir Or Nebbiolo.

Other wines such as Pinot Gris wine or Chardonnay Wine is also good with mushroom risotto or any other risotto.

When risotto is done cooking the risotto will be al dente which means that the risotto should be a bit firm to bite into.

Then when it gets to that point the risotto is done cooking.

So to find out if the risotto is done take a spoonful of it and taste it and see if it's firm.

However if you do prefer a softer risotto you can cook it a bit longer.

Risotto does not freeze well and it's best to not freeze the risotto.

If you have leftover risotto and freeze it then the risotto can become hard and the texture will change.

It's best to just refrigerate any leftover risotto and then reheat it when ready to eat.

Eat the risotto within a few days for the best taste and then make some more when you want some more risotto.

To make a good risotto the risotto does need cheese added to it.

However you can make risotto without the cheese if you want too.

Risotto is good with either the cheese or without the cheese although most risotto is made with cheese but you can make it without it.

Risotto is most commonly served as a side dish to a meal.

However you can eat risotto as a meal if you want too and use something else as a side dish to the meal.

I sometimes eat Risotto as a side dish to another meal and then sometimes I eat Risotto as a meal itself.

Risotto is a rice and not a pasta.

The risotto is made from Italian rice which is a short grain starchy rice that is called arborio rice.

The risotto is cooked al dente, which means that it should be slightly firm to the bite and with a degree of doneness that might seem underdone in ordinary white rice.

You do not have to serve risotto immediately after cooking it.

However it's best to serve the risotto immediately after cooking it because it will be much more enjoyable and fresher that way.

However you can cook some risotto in advance and then place the risotto in a shallow baking pan and cover it and then refrigerate it.

Then you can reheat it in the oven when ready to serve.

Risotto is Italian and originated from Italy.

The Risotto dish originated from Italy and is an Italian dish.

Risotto is an Italian dish cooked with broth until it reaches a creamy consistency.

Risotto does have a rice gluten in it.

However the gluten that the risotto has in it is not the same gluten that bothers someone with a gluten intolerance.

If you have a gluten intolerance then you can usually eat risotto without any issues.

I'm gluten intolerant myself and can eat risotto even though it has a different type of gluten in it.

You can also make homemade risotto and use ingredients that contain no gluten and that would mean that the risotto you make is entirely gluten free.

The high rice gluten content in the Arborio rice gives the risotto the creamy, rich consistency and texture it has.

But since it's a different type of gluten those with gluten intolerance can eat risotto without having any issues.
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answered Aug 26, 2020 by poliq (5,960 points)
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answered Aug 26, 2020 by nikol (1,930 points)
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