Sundried Tomato, Mushroom & Artichoke Risotto Thermomix

One thing that irks me is the abundance of vegetarian recipes and restaurant meals out there that have very little vegetables are in them. Erm? Why? Whyyyy?

Look, I am no master chef and far from being a ‘natural foodie’ but I went about adding different veggies to this basic mushroom risotto recipe  and I think it’s turned out pretty good.

Would love to know what you think after trying it out.

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Vegan Risotto Thermomix
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Sundried Tomato, Mushroom & Artichoke Risotto Thermomix
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 


Course: Main Dish
Cuisine: Freezer Meals, Gluten Free, Vegan,
Servings: 4
Ingredients
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • 1 onion
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • 320 grams arborio or medium grain rice
  • 60 gram white wine or juice
  • 600 gram water
  • 100 gram sliced mushrooms
  • 150 gram frozen peas (1 cup) (optional)
  • 1 jar artichoke heads (240gram approx)
  • 1 jar sundries tomatos (200gram approx) sliced in halves
  • 1/4 cup parsley (flat leaf or curly) chopped
  • 1/4 cup basil leaves chopped
  • 2 tbsp vegetable stock
Instructions
  1. add garlic cloves and onion to thermomix: chop 3 seconds, speed 5
  2. scape down sides of thermomix bowl
  3. add 2 tbs of olive oil: cook 3 min, varoma, speed 1
  4. insert butterfly and add rice & wine/ juice: cook 2min, varoma, speed 1.5 REVERSE
  5. scrap bottom of thermomix to loosen rice
  6. add water + 2 tbs of vege stock: cook 8 min, 100 degrees, speed 1.5 REVERSE
  7. add sliced mushrooms: cook 5 min, 100 degrees, speed 1.5 REVERSE
  8. add sundried tomatoes, artichokes, frozen peas: cook 2 min, 100 degrees, speed 1.5 REVERSE
  9. transfer to thermoserver and add in parsley & basil OR you can add parsley & basil to thermomix and mix speed 1, 3 minute REVERSE

  10. remove from thermomix and dish into thermoserver (I do this asap so the butterfly is easier to clean!)

Recipe Notes
  • Although pictured here with curly parsley, I would usually use flat leaf parsley - but our garden is only growing curly right now 🙂
  • Plus I generally chop up the herbs a little finer for Dylan (3) so he'll just chow it down rather than picking out the 'trees' ha! 

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