Traditional Italian. USDA organic. Gluten-free. Sustainable. Family farms since 1937. Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org. Good taste. Good food. Cultivating a Family Tradition: At Lundberg Family farms, we produce high-quality organic products. It's a family passion and our commitment has spanned over three generations, since 1937. We grow our rice sustainably with farming practices that conserve water resources, build soil integrity, and support a healthier ecosystem. We pride ourselves on making great-tasting organic products that are good for you and the environment. - The Lundberg Family. Enjoy the exotic, earthy, nutty flavor of wild porcini mushrooms in this elegant Italian-style risotto. We created this delicious gourmet side dish by blending quality organic ingredients like mushrooms, garlic, and onion with our creamy Arborio rice. You'll love how the individual kernels plump, creating a rich, creamy sauce while the rice grains remain separate and al dente. Preparing this tasty risotto takes about 20 minutes and requires minimal stirring. It's an easy, convenient way to add gourmet flair to any meal. www.lundberg.com. Certified organic by California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF). 100% of the electricity used to manufacture this product is offset with renewable wind energy. We print our boxes on 100% recycled paperboard (85% post-consumer waste and post-industrial waste).
5.9 oz (167 g) x 6
3 per pack
Quick & Easy Preparation: 1. In a heavy 2 qt saucepan, saute rice in 1/2 tbsp olive oil over medium heat for 2 minutes. 2. Add 2-1/2 cups water and contents of seasoning pouch. Stir well and bring to a boil. 3. Reduce heat to simmer, cook uncovered for 20 minutes stirring occasionally until rice is tender. 4. Garnish with grated Parmesan cheese if desired. Serve piping hot.
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