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STAY IN, GO OUTLANDER

LET THE APHRODISIAC ALLURE OF THIS OUTLANDER DISH GUIDE YOU FROM THE KITCHEN TO WHATEVER ADDITIONAL LANDS YOU’RE INSPIRED TO, UH, FORAGE

STEEL-CUT OAT RISOTTO

INGREDIENTS

6 cups low-sodium vegetable stock½ oz. dried porcini or morel mushrooms3 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil2 large shallots, diced½ lb. button mushrooms (about eight medium), sliced1 cup steel-cut oats1 clove garlic, grated or minced1 fresh thyme sprig, plus additional leaves for garnish½ cup2 oz. finely shredded Parmesan cheesesalt and pepper to taste

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