Hubby takes his time to hunt waterfowl, so the least I can do is cook them. This time, it was a duck risotto. I roasted the duck then used it with the risotto. I added the juices from the roasted duck to my duck stock. For the wine, I used German Helmet Riesling from Long Trout Winery.
If you don't have Duck Stock on hand, no problem. Just find the Classic Roasted Duck and Chicken Stock from More Than Gourmet (http://www.morethangourmet.com/pantry-stock-sauces-gourmet-soups/poultry-based-sauces-a-stocks/roasted-duck-a-chicken-stock). This product is a concentrated stock that makes 4 cups when reconstituted. Not a fan of duck? They have many other options, including venison, beef and others. They can be purchased mail order or are also carried in various stores. If you live in central Pennsylvania, they can be purchased at the Kitchen Shoppe in Carlisle - live or via their website.
3 Garlic Cloves - minced
3 Tbl Salted Butter
1.5 Cups Arborio Rice
3/4 Cup White Wine
5 cups Duck Stock
2 cups Peas
Heat duck stock to a simmer in a small pot.
Melt butter in a large pan and saute garlic until fragrant. Add rice.
Add wine and cook until absorbed.