Hard cheeses offer up big flavour and are a perfect addition to this easy risotto that’s destined to become a family favourite.
Thrifty Tip: Swap the artisan hard cheese for easy-to-find old cheddar - delicious!
Level it up! - Cheese 'Crackers’: Add a little crunch to the risotto and make these cheese crackers using the same cheese used in the risotto. Place shredded cheese in small piles of about 2 tbsp (30 mL) on parchment paper lined baking sheet about 2 inches (5 cm) apart. Bake in 350 F (180 C) for about 10 minutes or until cheese is golden. Let cool completely and serve with risotto.
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Get ready to serve up this creamy soup as a starter for your next harvest dinner.
These cheese-filled rice balls are a wonderful first course or fun and different side dish.
A favourite for breakfast or brunch! Small bites of Ontario bacon throughout these waffles offers up a smokey bite that provides a unique contrast to the berries and cream.
Once the capital city of the province of Canada, Kingston has been quietly reinventing itself, and you can see it in its local food scene.
Those of us who call Ontario home are frankly spoiled by the splendour of our fall harvest.