Risotto alla Milanese

“Risotto alla Milanese” is a classic dish of Milan, Italy. The recipe dates back to the mid-1800s, when, according to legend, a team of glassmakers took the saffron they were using to color the stained glass windows of Milan’s Duomo cathedral and tried adding it to risotto. The result was one of the most iconic dishes of Milanese cuisine. Prepared with arborio rice, saffron, white wine, chicken stock, olive oil, and freshly grated Parmigiano, “Risotto alla Milanese” is colorful and delicious. Buon appetito!





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