Stir in butter, Parmesan, salt and pepper (to taste), oregano, thyme, rosemary, and the reserved pancetta and mushroom mixture. Turn off the heat and prepare the salmon.
- The amount of salmon and arugula required depends on how large each risotto portion is. For the recipe ingredients/instructions it provides directions for 4 servings.
- Use a wide sauce pan when cooking risotto. A larger surface area is desired so the liquid can evaporate.
- Add the broth in a ladle at a time and stir to let the liquid evaporate. Don't pour all of the broth in at once, depending on the rice you use and how quickly the liquid evaporates you may end up not needing all of the broth or needing more.
- When stirring, make sure to not break the rice grains. The objective is to stir the rice gently so the natural starch is released.
- Don't hesitate to taste the rice often to check for doneness. Just like pasta you want the rice to be al dente, not a mashed up gluey mess!
- If you don't have truffle oil or truffle salt, regular olive oil with a squeeze of lemon seasoned with salt and pepper will do in a pinch.