This is the second recipe inspired by my farm visit to MWW as guest of the Coop. A day spent in the Worcester countryside visiting fields of fresh and vibrant vegetables.
You can find more details here about the wonderful day I spent at MWW trying their fantastic fresh seasonal veg here
But I was lucky enough to leave with a veg box full to the brim with fresh vegs including; tenderstem broccoli, string beans, courgette and pak choi which inspired me to make a comforting seasonal veg Risotto, with string beans and courgette, tomatoes and lots of nutritional yeast for a fantastic cheesey flavour.
This dish is comforting and warming – perfect for the start of September when its getting chillier. But still super healthy with all the greens and B vitamins from the nutritional yeast.
As a very happy accident I turned off the heat and popped the lid on the pan while I stir fried the tenderstem broccoli and toasted the hazelnuts and I’m so glad I did! As I got a super soft, gooey and cheesy Risotto.
I really hope you enjoy this. Thank you again to MWW and the Coop for the fantastic fresh seasonal veg which inspired ths.
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