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Scaling up a risotto recipe x4. Things to consider?
I am making risotto for a Christmas dinner, serving 20 people. I plan to multiple the recipe by 3 or 4x. Since risotto is a challenging dish at the normal scale, how can I ensure getting good results ...
Dec 19 '11 at 22:05
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