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Baked Tuna Risotto

This hearty meal, is an easy to prepare one dish delight.

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Posted by Pina Moschione • 3y ago • Report
Really liked this recipe. I used 2 cups of rice and added about 1 more cup of stock to make 3 really good serves for my 3 hungry males and smaller portion for me. I also added some butter, about 50g at the end just to give it an extra added flavour boost and it also makes the rice just glisten. Very tasty and easy to bring together.
Posted by Kezza56 • 3y ago • Report
This is really nice and so easy! This is the second time I have made this. This time I added a 400g of tuna instead of 185g and mushrooms because I didn't have enough zucchini and chilli sauce which made it extra tasty.
Posted by Dragamilla • 2y ago • Report
just made it and it looks great and the taste is wonderful!
Posted by pauline123 • 4y ago • Report
Very easy, added bacon with the onion and garlic, mushrooms with the tomatoes, no tuna (don't like) and cooked in cast iron pot. Left out salt because of bacon, and stock is salty. Love the oven baked risotto, so much easier than the stove top.
Posted by livy003 • 4y ago • Report
This is very good.. Nice and tasty...Just not enough as we were going back for seconds and thirds.. :)
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