Risotto is a great side and even a wonderful meal option. However, I forgot that the worst thing about risotto is cooking it and stirring it. On Monday, I made this One Pot Chicken Risotto. It was a tasty meal that provided us with plenty of leftovers, but it may be a bit before I make it again. I did like that it was all in one pot, which minimized the amount of dishes we had to clean later. I started by heating up the oil and cooking the chicken until it was browned on each side. Next, I added the vegetables. We used onions, carrots, and a red pepper. I cooked this until the veggies were browned and added the butter. I lowered the heat and added the rice, cooking it until it was toasted. Next, I added my dry white wine and stock to prevent it from sticking. I stirred until it was incorporated and then began the process of adding stock and stirring it in until the risotto was thick and creamy enough. It took a long time and several bouts of stirring. Once it was almost cooked, I added in some frozen peas. Once it was finally done, I added it salt, pepper, and Parmesan cheese. This was delicious, but rather a pain to make. My advice on this one is to put on your patient pants before cooking.