Hello friends and Happy Friday!! Today, I’m sharing this simple yet delicious Meyer Lemon Risotto recipe along with a giveaway sponsored by Le Creuset. So exciting!!
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First, let’s chat about this recipe for a bit. To make Meyer Lemon Risotto, you start by sautéing onions in a mix of butter and olive oil. Then, you stir in risotto rice and cook for a few minutes until it absorbs some of the fat. Next, you deglaze the pan with a dry white wine like Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio. Warm chicken stock is then added ladle by ladle, cooking the rice gradually until it’s al dente. The risotto is finished with butter, Parmesan cheese, Meyer lemon zest, and Meyer lemon juice. Each bite is rich and creamy with a pleasant brightness from the Meyer lemon.
You could certainly enjoy this risotto as is, but I wanted to put some greenery on top to add a little contrast with each bite. Here, swiss chard is quickly cooked in a punchy oil flavored with garlic and crushed red pepper flakes. The silky greens bulk up the dish to complete meal status while providing a little garlicky heat. You guys, this is SO yum. Continue reading for the recipe along with giveaway details!
Meyer lemons are one of my favorite seasonal ingredients. They’re a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. Meyer lemons aren’t as acidic as regular lemons and they’ve got an incredible citrus-floral aroma.
You should be able to find Meyer lemons at the farmer’s market right now, and I’ve also seen them at regular grocery stores (Whole Foods, TJ’s, Costco). Just be sure to grab a bunch of them right now while they’re still in season!
We’ve recently become obsessed with Swiss chard. It’s such an easy green to prepare. Especially on a hurried weeknight! Simply warm up some olive oil in a large skillet. Add garlic and crushed red pepper flakes, cooking for just a few moments. Throw in chopped swiss chard, and cook just until wilted. Season to taste with salt and pepper. It’s a perfect side dish for a weeknight meal, and it’s really tasty on top of this risotto!
My friends over at Le Creuset graciously sent me a few pieces of their new Gris collection, including a braiser, deep baking dish, and mini cocotte. Throughout 2019, Le Creuset will be releasing rich, new colors available only at their outlet stores. Gris—their first release— is a gorgeous, smoky gray inspired by historic French interiors. It’s got subtle hints of taupe and rose. Gris is such a beautiful neutral, and I absolutely love it!
You can find the Gris collection right now at Le Creuset outlet stores, and I’m giving away the 3 pieces above to 1 lucky Kitchen Konfidence reader!! Here’s how you can enter for a chance to win:a Rafflecopter giveaway
The 2.25 quart braiser featured here is the perfect size for making risotto and other rice or grain dishes. It’s made of durable enamel-coated cast iron, so it holds heat well and evenly distributes it around the pan.
Meyer Lemon Risotto with Spicy Swiss Chard
- 5 cups low-sodium chicken stock
- 3 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, divided
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, divided
- 1/2 medium yellow onion, chopped
- Kosher salt
- 1/2 cup dry white wine (such as Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio)
- 1 cup risotto rice (I used carnaroli rice)
- 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese, plus more for sprinkling
- 1 tablespoon Meyer lemon juice, plus more for squeezing
- 2 teaspoons Meyer lemon zest
- Freshly ground black pepper
- 3 garlic cloves, smashed
- Crushed red pepper flakes
- 2 small bunches (about 1 pound) Swiss Chard, stems removed and chopped
- Bring chicken stock to a simmer in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Once simmering, reduce heat to low, and keep warm.
- In a large, heavy-bottom pot, warm 1 tablespoon olive oil, and 1 tablespoon butter over medium heat. Add the onion along with a pinch of salt, and cook until the onion is tender but not browned (5 to 6 minutes). Stir in the rice and cook for 2 minutes, then add the white wine and cook for 1 more minute. Add 1 cup of warm chicken stock and a pinch of salt, and cook, stirring occasionally, until all of the liquid has been absorbed. Continue adding warm chicken stock 1/2 cup at a time, waiting until the stock is absorbed before adding again, and stirring frequently to make sure the bottom doesn’t burn. Continue until the rice is cooked through, but still al dente, about 30 – 35 minutes total. You may not use all of the chicken stock. Take the risotto off the heat, and stir in Parmesan cheese, 2 tablespoons butter, and Meyer lemon juice and zest. Season to taste with salt and black pepper.
- During the last 5 minutes of cooking, warm remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the garlic and cook, turning once, until the cloves are golden brown. Remove the cloves from the oil (discard or snack on later!), then add a pinch of crushed red pepper flakes and cook for 30 seconds. Add the chopped greens and cook, stirring frequently, just until wilted (about 2 minutes). Season to taste with salt.
- To serve, spoon risotto into a bowl, and top with greens. Finish with a squeeze of Meyer lemon juice, a dusting of Parmesan cheese and a few turns of black pepper.
This post was written in partnership with Le Creuset. They provided me with 3 cookware pieces along with the giveaway items. All thoughts, opinions and recipes are my own.59
Michelle Flook says
I would absolutely make some risotto in that beautiful pot! Also all the soups and chili!
I visited a restaurant nearby and it served something like this in the starter. I loved it and wanted to know what they made it from. I guess my wish to know has been answered. Amazingly put in words. I’ll make it in a week and let you know if it turned out to be the same.
We usually boil our chicken because it is so much easier, but braising it would be just as easier and put out a better result.
I absolutely love lemon risotto, but I e never added Swiss chard. Definitely going on my “to make” list! But the first thing I’d make in a Le Creuset braised would be a decadent French daube!
One of the things I would make is Ratatouille!
Sounds amazing! Perfect for chilly weather. Am going to make the risotto this weekend!
Marguerite T. says
First: sourdough bread.
Kristyn Martin says
I would cook chicken in the braiser. This would work so much better than the pans I currently use.
carol clark says
id make a stew
I would make a casserole.
Will G says
I probably wouldn’t make anything. My wife is the much better cook 🙂
I would make short-ribs.
Kelly D says
I would cook chicken and mushrooms in the braiser.
Jessica To says
I would like to try a beef stew.
I would make some chicken noodle soup!
I would make beef stew
Jillian Too says
I’d love to use it to braise asparagus to celebrate spring.
natosha miller says
I would love to make a butternut squash ravioli pasta dish with non dairy garlic cream sauce and a side of veggie meatballs.
NICOLE MARTIN says
I would try making chicken. I’ve never had it braised before!
I love mushroom risotto and this WOULD be the first thing I cook after seeing this recipe. Wish I could do it right now.
I have to make this recipe. It looks fantastic!
In the braiser I would make a small batch of short ribs.
B Kautz says
Shawn King says
My wife would love this contest.
Ashley Hewell says
I would probably make a stew.
Beth Clark says
I would make ratatouille with fresh garden veggies.
Jennifer M. says
I would make irish stew or tuna noodle casserole.
I would make rice in this 🙂
Bridgett Wilbur says
I would make a nice pot of chicken soup.
Anne Scott says
I’ve always wanted this braiser because it looks just perfect for making my mom’s braised pork chops and tomatoes recipe!
I would love to make stew.
Cindy Peterson says
Braised spareribs would be a meal I would make.
LARRY B says
GREAT PRIZE AND RECIPE
I would make smothered steak with a beautiful gravy, served over rice.
Jill H says
I would make a beef stew in the braiser.
Joe K says
I would cook a fish stew.
I would make chicken Osso Bucco
Gina Ferrell says
I would cook Chicken in a creamy mushroom sauce in my new Le Creuset braiser if I won.
pasta sauce that is from my husband’s grandmother.
Steve Weber says
I would love to make a split pea and ham soup.
Adrienne Gordon says
Shrimp and rice.
Christine Yvonne Groce says
I would cook my famous spaghetti sauce among other recipes. Thanks for the chance to win.
Gregg Cesario says
Richard Hicks says
I might make a tasty Brunswick stew.
Jennifer Parker says
I would make the recipe listed
Carla Moschetti says
I’d like to try baked beans.
Alison Almquist says
Thank you for the insight about Meyer lemons.
Trish F says
A lamb, sausage and eggplant stew.
Jacquelyn Cannon says
I would make beef stew.
stacy m says
Butter chicken… after I make risotto of course!
Nicole Byer says
Coq Au Vin
vera wilson says
Think would try a pork roast with veggies.
Lindsay A. says
This recipe looks SO good – I’d love to try it!
The first thing I’d use the braiser for would be Thai-inspired braised veggies! 🙂
Dericka Buckles says
I’d make a nice chuck steak with gravy and some nice green vegetables on the side.
I’d make chicken and rice.
I would definitely be cooking this recipe
Dericka Buckles says
I would make braised lamb with rosemary.
Cathy Balogh says
I think I’d cook some Hungarian goulash.
Charlene Drake says
What would you cook in your new Le Creuset braiser? I would make some good soup.
Charlene Drake says
What would you cook in your new Le Creuset braiser? I would make some good soup.
Tricia B says
Even if I don’t win, I’m making this swiss chard risotto, as soon as my chard comes up this summer.
Kelly G says
I would make a chicken and rosemary dish . maybe with rice or risotto
Patricia C says
I would make teriyake ribs.
Audrey L says
I would cook a cheesy chicken and rice dish!
Miles M says
That lemon risotto looks really nice. I might try that.≥
Maybe smothered pork chops. My son’s fave color is gray & he just started cooking.
This would be great for his kitchen.
Cindy Merrill says
I would make baked Macaroni and cheese in this casserole/braiser dish.
Stephanie Ann says
I would love to make a chicken casserole.
Miri Crosson says
A spicy onion-and-chickpea curry would be my first use of the pot.
Lauren F says
I would cook beef stew
Lauren F says
I would cook chicken, carrot, and beef
Denise M says
so pretty!!!! Braised short ribs or brisket would probably be my first but seriously I would make everything in these
Doug Gerard says
bœuf salé with carottes and patates
Anne Higgins says
Roasted chicken and vegis
Darlene Carbajal says
Not sure what I would cook but…. my grandma’s birthday is coming up and I would love to give this to her!
tiffany dayton says
I would cook ribs.
julie redden says
I would probably try that risotto it looks wonderful!
I’d cook a sweet potato casserole in this braiser
charlotte Hagfors says
I would bake a homemade “old-school” mac and cheese amongst other casseroles my family loves.
I would make coq au vin!
I would make delicious beef with a brown whole grain rice.
stacy s. says
Braised Lamb shanks!
Claudia Davis says
I would make a chicken cacciatore in the le crueset braiser.
Michel Keeler says
Indian! I’m learning so this would be a perfect way to make a beautiful curry..and I love this color had not seen it before.goes with everything! cheers
Allyson Tice says
i would make chilli!!!
I’d make beef stew
jeremy mclaughlin says
Would make a beef stew.
I’m dying to try out THIS recipe; I love risotto
Elizabeth W says
I would try some yummy soups!
Paula Desmarais says
I would christen this with mushroom risotto.
Sue Barney says
I would make a Hearty Beef Stew.
Maddie Allen says
Wow, your recipe is making me crave risotto hardcore. I think I’d make almost the exact same thing but a vegan version, so with veggie stock, earth balance butter, and cashew Parmesan. Yummmm I’m hungry now
Abigail Gibson says
I would make a buffalo chicken chili.
Debbie Erickson says
I would ,make Cheesy Broccoli Chicken
Tammy Evans says
Definitely chicken , I loved braised chicken.
Mary Beth Foster says
I would make Chicken Marengo!
Lauren Peterson says
I’d love to go with some ribs!
rana durham says
i would make beef stew over rice.
Trisha B says
The color is just beautiful! I would have to try Beef Bourguignonne – would look so fancy!
Michele Pineda says
I am thinking marinated chicken, I have some new seasonings I want to try out on the chicken and think it will turn out nicely in a braiser.
Pot Roast for 2!
Brandy Graham says
I would make my recipe for White Chicken Chihi.
Jennifer Blank says
I want to make some yummy coconut curry chicken!
Elicia P says
No sure why but vegan chili came to mind thinking of this. Next up… doughnuts!
Tori Howes says
Chicken and rice!
Rebecca Graham says
I would make chicken and dressing.
athena graeme says
A nice French Burgundy chicken.
Cynthia C says
I would make osso buco.
ae minx says
I’d make a lovely chicken and rice casserole type dish
Elizabeth Boswell says
I would make braised short ribs.
Marsheila Kerner says
yvonne galindo says
Love to try new recipes
Rose Reeder says
Tina D says
Meyer lemons are awesome! I buy oodles every year, freeze some, and put the rest into absolutely everything. They are the best, most versatile citrus I know.
Tina D says
By the way, spring veggies are the way for me to go with this raiser.
rhubarb bread pudding
kristin waugh says
I would make chicken
James Thorp says
Braised Chicken with Mushroom
Melissa Colbeth says
Michael Woods says
I would make chicken cacciatore.
Samantha Plotkin says
I would make a minestrone soup
Janet Morrissey says
Oh, that risotto looks so good! I can’t wait to try it.
Kathy Knutson says
I would make a chicken soup.
Ivelisse Woods says
I would make a nice chicken and rice bake
Hey there. I’m going to try this Meyer Lemon Risotto this week – with the slight change of using veggie broth vs chicken – you know us vegetarians out here (!). Would love the Le Creuset – what’s not to love?! Beautiful cookware, both in looks and in performance. Thanks for the recipe and for the potential gift. Cheers.
Brandon Matzek says
Veggie broth would work perfectly here as well!! Enjoy 🙂
Lisa LaBracio says
oooooo I would make mac’n’cheese for dayyyys, but I’d also face my risotto fears starting with this very dish!
Sarah Bojorquez says
I’d try this risotto or maybe a stew.
Erin W says
I would make Chana Masala, my fav!
I had strawberry risotto in Italy 20 years ago and it changed my life. I’d absolutely try this lemon risotto immediately because I need more fruit + risotto.
Sandy W says
I love the new Gris color. The lemon risotto looks so good for spring. I would use this pan for many different things I think.
Beth Dunlop says
I’m torn. My first instinct is to say SHORTRIBS, because this is a pot made for cooking them. But this Meyer lemon risotto recipe is truly irresistable.
I have 3 meyer lemons in the fridge right now, and this recipe looks so good that I would make THIS!
Le Creuset is the absolute best! Cooks evenly, cleans like a dream.
Yes OF COURSE..I JUST BROKE OUR COOKING DISH AND MY OL LADY HAD IT FOREVER..EVERYTHING WE WOULD COOK..
Rebecca Snodgrass says
I would make beef roast, potatoes and carrots.
Patricia Wagner says
I would make soups and chili
Tina Zsoldos says
Louise Zamudio says
I would make another attempt at making risotto with everything copied identically! I have yet to have success with risotto. Thank You
Caroline Lennek says
No Knead Bread….need a pot like this to make this recipe!
Lester Cole says
Cornish game hens.
Hope Hill says
Love Meyer lemons. Your recipe looks so good. Will definitely be making the risotto soon! In the braised, besides risotto I would make short ribs and definitely lamb for Easter. The grid color looks gorgeous.
paige chandler says
I would make pot roast. Mmmmmm
Marisa F Stewart says
The idea o f lemon risotto sounds so springlike. What a delicious side for a lamb meal. The gris color to the beautiful cookware is wonderful.
Michele R Barbour says
I can’t wait to try the Meyer Lemon Risotto with Spicy Swiss Chard! It looks amazing in the lovely gray Le Creuset pot! Brandon, all of your recipes that I have tried have been delicious!
YUM! I’d start with making this risotto then I’d make no knead sourdough bread.
yolanda efshen says
Hi, I am an amateur gourmet cook who likes to experiment and create my own recipes with healthy nutritious dishes always being the priority. As such, a wide range of quality cookware is essential. The Risotto rice dish is something I’ve always wanted to try, however mine would be made with brown Basmati rice and possibly some fresh mild herbs such as Italian parsley. It would also be put to good use for pasta sauces and especially stews.
Tiffany S says
I would make a beef stew in it if I won.
jackie king says
What wouldn’t I cook in this beautiful pot??!!!….short ribs,osso buco,pork belly,need I go on?LOL
Beatrice Michaluk says
Lovely set! I would like to try wild mushroom orzo risotto in this cook set! Yummm
Kayte CookWatts says
I think I would make roast beef stew with a side of creamed spinach!
Ooh, this looks amazing and I will 100% be making it at some point soon with all the lemons I’ve got sitting around!
With one of those gorgeous braisers, I’d probably first be making some beef bourguignon!
Risotto looks great. I have a Meyer lemon tree in a big pot that’s very pregnant right now. Perfect timing. Next I’d make a big pot of German Rouladen in the oven in that beautiful pot.
Nancy Marcho says
I’d make a creamy chicken and gnocchi soup. Yum!
Karen Dittrich says
I would try your lemon risotto with swiss chard first and then
I would cook up some mushroom risotto.
Terry Edwards says
i would make this and i would eat thisat this
Julie Matek says
I would make braised chicken with mushroom sauce:)
Michaela R. says
I’d love to use it to make some beef stew!
Gaye McGill says
I might just try your Meyer Lemon Risotto recipe because it sounds delicious!
Alyssa Wood says
What a lovely recipe! I do love a good risotto! I would make a Lasagna soup. I recently came to love this dish using garden fresh tomatoes to lovingly make a rich stock sauce.
alicia gordon says
I would make some yummy Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs
Sandra Gilman says
This is a great give away
RICHARD SKUSE says
make some chicken
deanna hanson says
chicken and rice yumm
Jeri Morgan says
I would make chicken and dumplings
Jessica Herring says
I would like to try a new baked salmon dish!
Kasey Clark says
I would cook this gorgeous risotto (a vegan version) in this beautiful pan.
cheryl s says
I’d make braised short ribs
Chris L says
I would do some ribs.
Heather S says
I would make stew
I would definitely cook this delicious-looking risotto recipe, as well as Shepherd’s Pie, Chicken Scallopini, Tartiflette, Beef Stroganoff, Chicken Marsala, Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Mole, Chicken Cacciatore, Verde Lasagna, and SO much more!
This lemon risotto sounds really good. I would make that.
Julie Donahue says
Chicken noodles–my family’s favorite
What a lovely piece of cookware. I would start with Carnitas. Then the risotto. Then a lovely side of greens.
Vicki Lorenz says
I would cook a wonderful Pork Tenderloin with veggies.
I would cook corned beef hash.
I would try some rosemary chicken with potatoes first.
Diane Wolf says
I’ve always wanted to try Risotto, so maybe i’ll try that first!
Laura B. says
Possibly a chicken dish or maybe some short ribs.
pot roast and some veggies
I would make roast chicken
William C Karcher says
Dolores Miranda says
I would make a nice stew!!!
Tonya Dreese Flores says
I would cook chicken and rice. 🙂
Julie Murphy says
I would make beef stew.
kim burnett says
I would make a pot roast with potatoes and carrots…yumm!!
Korean shirt rubs or a smoky pork ragout for polenta mmmhmmm
Tracy Davis says
I would make mushroom risotto
I’d try this recipe….it sounds amazing!!
Jenna P says
Probably my turkey chili!
Dandi D says
We just got a whole hog, so I would make some pork roast first!
Kari Crum says
I would make some baked mac & cheese or maybe a casserole of some type.
Thanks. Looks yummy
Coq au Vin in a Le Creuset cast iron sound perfect.
Robin M says
I’d make my favorite Mexican Rice
Daniel King says
This looks amazing! That braising pan looks like it would be AMAZING to bake some crusty bread in to enjoy with that risotto!
Robert Shook says
The first thing I would make would be a roast.
Rebecca K. says
I love risotto and lemon meyer. Looking forward to putting this together with swiss chard! I do not own any type of Le Creuset or a type of dutch oven. I’m excited to learn what can go in it!
Jan D says
Susan Christy says
This looks like the perfect pan for making meatballs.
I would make a stew.
Garlic vinegar chicken
I’m a fan of comfort food…Bring on the Mac and Cheese!
Deborah Smith says
I would cook some chicken for dinner if I won this.
Tina W says
I think I would bring back an old favorite: Chicken Marbella. I haven’t made it in years and I think it needs to grace the table soon.
kerry paul says
I would start with cooking unique grains mixed with rice. I don’t have a wide enough variety of grains in my diet.
taryn T. says
Honestly, I would not make anything. I can’t cook, BUT I would give it to my husband who definitely can. Maybe some beef stroganoff? I can’t wait to see what he would make in it.
Amanda Coffey says
Gosh, what wouldn’t I make in that braiser? I guess I’d start with a nice, hearty stew, because that’s how we always ring in the summer in my family for some reason.
beth shepherd says
I would make stew first. thank you
Melissa Vogt says
This looks incredible! I would love to make some Tikka Masala or other Indian dishes in the Dutch oven pot!
Sue Hegle says
I would start with this Meyer lemon risotto recipe, then a veggie stew, and some sourdough bread!
I have some chard that I got in one of my produce delivery boxes and haven’t figured out what I want to do with it yet. I think I’ve just answered that question.
Sally Alford says
This looks so delicious! My boss has a Meyer lemon tree, so this recipe would be perfect.
Sweet potato shepherds pie!
I have everything to make this, YAY! The set is gorgeous and I would use it for all sorts of soups, curries, and more. Thanks for the chance!!
Lisa Stover says
I would definitely be making A LOT of things in this! My mind keeps going to some chicken thighs, maybe like a cacciatore…yum 🙂
Mary Cochrane says
Oh from a to z. First thing would be a roast.
Where was I when you made this? LOL Definitely trying, you know how I feel about lemons!
Heidi De Witt says
What would I not cook in this gorgeous braiser?!? Really, this looks like the perfect pan for so many different kinds of meals: osso bucco, ratatouille, blanquette de veau, etc. The perfect size for smaller families and couples, too.
The risotto looks fabulous. The fruit on my Meyer lemon tree has just about reached the picking stage so I need to try this soon. Love the addition of the Swiss chard.
Anne Dreher says
Beef stew, soup, chili, lots of things.
I would make some pozole!!
Meghan Kennedy says
I would love to make delicious cold weather soups in this!
I’d make my better half a batch of pigs feet.
Kendra Galante says
Emily Laguna says
I love risotto and love Meyer lemons, so this recipe is the first thing I’d try! Then maybe a soup – slow simmered tomato soup!
first thing i would cook, would be chicken thighs and rice
Ray Russell says
Ima cook some stew like a baws
Chad Boyd says
I would make my favorite lemon thyme chicken in this!
kathy pease says
I would make corned beef and cabbage
Meredith Brooks says
I would make a great Chicken & Rice dish if I won this prize.
Lisa D says
Love the risotto. Would make pot roast, stroganoff, short ribs, while roaster chicken.
Karla Cyr says
I would braise mushrooms in marsala.
Ellen Casper says
I would make Paella Valencia
White wine risotto with brown butter scallops
Anita Duvall says
I would make a delicious Beef and Barley Stew first off.
I would make short ribs.
Melissa Storms says
I think I would make lemon chicken with rice first.
Arlene G. says
I’d love to braise some beef shanks for Taiwanese beef noodle soup!
Mark Marville says
Spiced sour soup!
Joy Watson says
I would actually like to try this recipe, it actually looks really good! But of course it would be better to try making it in this Le Creuset Cookware! Thanks for the chance to try and win it!
I have a Le Creuset Kettle which i love and use every day.
Great quality products in an array of gorgeous colours
to choose from. Would love to cook everything in Le Creuset cookware.
Judy Gregory says
Coq au vin!
Michelle Chan says
Amazing! That looks so comforting!
Leah Shumack says
I would make a pot roast!
Dana Rodriguez says
This sounds amazing! I would make risotto first.
I would make pollo Guisado.
Karen D says
I would try to make a paella
cyndi br says
a pork roast with a apple glaze
christopher h says
Michelle L. says
I think the first thing I’d make in this would be a nice lamb stew. 🙂
Lyndsey Rullman says
I would make tons of stuff! But first I think I would make smothered pork chops!
Amy S. says
I can see some no knead bread made in it, roasted whole chicken, beef roast & veggies, a nice beef stew finished in the oven. Love it! We just redid our kitchen and gray is a main color. Thank you!
Jason W says
Chicken and Dumplings
I’d make a roast loaded with root vegetables. Such an awesome giveaway!
danell palmer says
I would definitely make some chili.
Anita Jude says
I would make chicken and dumplings
Jane McGregor says
heather c says
I would make chicken with lemons and capers. Yes, Meyer Lemon!
Tyler G says
If I won I’d have to make this Lemon Risotto with Spicy Swiss Chard. Only fitting
I would make something yummy and comforting.
Vera S says
I would do a pan of garlic chicken in the braiser.
James Stringham says
Tamara Burks says
Chicken and dumplings
Buddy Garrett says
I would make a beef stew.
I would try making stews in it.
Karen Ricardo says
This looks amazing & I would make this (+ tons of stews) in these pots if I won 🙂
Tabitha P. says
I would braise a chicken!
Cassandra D says
Shredded lime honey chicken with jasmine rice.
Jenny Ham says
I would make chicken and rice..
Sandra Gray says
I would make some chicken, rice, and vegetables.
Michelle H. says
I would probably make a stew.