Risotto alla Milanese
Whilst we can’t visit the city we love so much this year, we can pay tribute with one of the most traditional Milanese recipes, Risotto alla Milanese.
The bright yellow color is from the saffron, a spice that is well received in Italian kitchens. The taste, however, has been refined from centuries and centuries of preparation and improvement (one legend dates the creation of this dish all the way back to 1500). Share a piece of history with this creamy risotto, one of the most traditional and representative dishes of the city of Milan.
(for 4 people)
Recipe from Alitalia Discover Italy.
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