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Stinky Leftover Cheese Rind Risotto
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Difficulty: Easy
MEMBER RECIPE

Total Time: about 30 minutes

Makes: about 6-8 servings

I’ve had a stinky cheese (a petit pont l’eveque), mostly eaten down to the rind, kicking around my refrigerator for a few weeks and wanted to get rid of it. Tonight, I used it in a risotto and really liked the results.

We ate this as a main course with oven roasted broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus and tomatoes. It’s a great break from meat, economical to make, and a great use for leftover cheese rind.

Instructions

  1. 1Sautee onion in olive oil until golden. Add garlic and sautee until very light brown.
  2. 2Add rice and cook for about 3-4 minutes until rice is translucent, stirring constantly to prevent rice from sticking.
  3. 3Stir in wine and continue cooking / stirring until it has evaporated.
  4. 4Add a cup of broth. Cook, stirring frequently, until absorbed.
  5. 5Add more broth, about 1 cup at a time (actually 1/2 a cup if you’re patient), repeat.
  6. 6When the rice is mostly cooked, stir in the chopped cheese until it is fully incorporated.
  7. 7Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  8. 8Cook rice, adding more broth as necessary, until rice is al dente.

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