Crispy Sage and Roasted Garlic Risotto Recipe

Risotto is an infinitely flexible dish, and the ideal comfort food for chilly winter days.

From "Recipes from the Herbalist's Kitchen"
Winter 2017-2018

  • Sage leaves fried in olive oil until crisp are a great accompaniment to garlic risotto.
    Photo by Keller + Keller Photography

Total Hands-On Time: 25

Yield: 4 servings

My friend Beth came home from a trip to the ocean on a windy, chilly day. Risotto, she said, was just what she craved to warm herself up and “get cozy.” I can still picture her in the kitchen, telling me how she liked to make it. It was an introduction to her world of comfort food. Risotto can be simple  —  mostly rice with stock and herbs  —  or it can be loaded with greens and vegetables, meats, and more. You can use this recipe as a base, adding other ingredients as you’re inspired.

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