Low-FODMAP White Wine Risotto; Gluten-free

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Low-FODMAP risotto is an incredible low-FODMAP side for any entrée.  This low-FODMAP risotto recipe is creamy and delightful, with the wonderful notes of the parmesan cheese.

Serve this low-FODMAP risotto with your favorite chicken, seafood or meat dinners- like this seared low-FODMAP scallop recipe.  This rich and flavorful side dish adds great texture and a touch of class to any low-FODMAP meal.

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Rachel Pauls, MD

Low-FODMAP White Wine Risotto; Gluten-free

Although this recipe has not been tested, a single serving should be low-FODMAP based on the ingredients

Prep +Cook time: 25-30 min

Servings: 4-6, about 3/4 -1 cup per serving


  • 2 tablespoons infused oil – can use onion infused, garlic infused or a combination of 1 & 2/3 tablespoons olive oil with 1 tsp truffle oil
    • I try to use 1 tablespoon of onion infused and 1 tablespoon garlic infused depending on what is in my pantry!
  • 1 cup arborio rice (risotto)
  • 1/2 cup dry white wine
  • 2-3 cups low-FODMAP chicken broth or low-FODMAP vegetable broth
    • I make the low-FODMAP chicken broth in batches and freeze in freezer bags for later use
    • Check out my low-FODMAP Happy Soup base for a simple staple for your pantry
  • 1/2 cup parmesan cheese, grated
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • Fresh parsley for garnish (optional)


  • If your broth is not already hot, place broth in microwave safe dish, and bring to a boil using microwave
  • Place infused oils in large pot and warm oil on medium
  • Add Arborio rice and saute 2-3 minutes
  • Add white wine and stir until absorbed
  • Add hot low-FODMAP broth 1/4 cup at a time
  • Stir occasionally until broth is absorbed after each addition
  • Continue adding broth in small amounts until all broth is absorbed, about 20-25 minutes, keeping at a low simmer and stirring constantly
  • When you have about 1 cup of broth left, try some of the rice, it should be tender but firm when done
    • If you like your risotto more creamy, then add the full 3 cups of low-FODMAP broth
  • When the rice is done, add cheese
  • Stir until melted and combined, taste and add salt and pepper if desired
  • Serve immediately, garnished with optional fresh parsley

  • Garnish with chopped fresh parsley, or toasted nuts

Enjoy with these low-FODMAP seared scallops!

Comments Rating 3.5 (2 reviews)

6 Responses

  1. Not enough liquid

    This recipe had significantly less liquid than typical risotto recipes. My rice was still very crunchy. I just kept adding warm water until the rice was cooked since I didn’t have more broth, but then I could definitely tell it was missing flavor.

    1. Jen,
      Thank you so much for commenting. You are correct, there is a typo in the amount of risotto. It should read 1 cup. We also adjusted the amount of broth in the recipe to provide a range for more accuracy. We are SO sorry about the error and are hugely grateful that you showed it to us!! Have a lovely day.

  2. This turned out great! I used about 3 cups of broth so the risotto is nice and creamy. Fresh cracked black pepper on the end adds a nice touch too.

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