Risotto (ree-saw-toh) is a classic Italian dish of rice to which other ingredients, such as onions, saffron, ham, shrimps or grated cheese have been added. It is usually served as a first course in Italy but, since it can be extremely filling, it is equally suitable for a lunch or supper dish.

Risotto is traditionally made with an absorbent Italian rice such as Avorio.

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