Arancini (Italian Rice Balls)

Arancini (Italian Rice Balls) by lisa

Arancini means "little oranges" in Sicilian and they can be found all over Palermo. Cooked and flavored Arborio rice is formed around a filling of tomato, meat and peas, coated in breadcrumbs and fried until golden brown. When I make them they're about the size of a baseball,but you can make them slightly smaller. . Soft and crispy…

2 votes
Risotto Alla Milanese

Risotto Alla Milanese by Jenny

Risotto is a typical Italian rice dish cooked in a broth (vegetable, chicken, seafood,etc) to a creamy consistency. It is pretty simple to make and tastes divine! When I tasted this risotto many years ago for the first time I fell in love with it right away. I was surprised by its creamy texture, mesmerized by its colour and amazed…

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Risotto de camarones

Risotto de camarones by Jeannette Quinones

El risotto es un plato tradicional de la gastronomía italiana de la zona noroeste del país, concretamente del este de Piamonte y el oeste de Lombardía debido a la abundancia de arroz, se prepara a base de arroz arborio que es una variedad de grano corto, se le agrega caldo, ya sea de carne, pollo o pescado o de origen vegetal, hasta…

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Lamb Risotto

Lamb Risotto by Mary Joseph

I want to call this a "Lebanese Risotto" because I used a lot of the spices and ingredients that are in a lot of the recipes I grew up cooking. So needless to say this would go great with a nice fatoush salad or a tomato & cucumber salad with a side of Hummus and pita bread.

2 votes
Roman Rice Balls with Mozzarella

Roman Rice Balls with Mozzarella by Bob Vincent

This recipe is adapted from one in Good Life Books Italian Cooking published in 1978. These are a bit time consuming to make but once the balls are formed they can be frozen individually for use later. These are great as an appetizer, side dish or buffet component. I served them with Meatball Lollipops, Red Sauce and grilled…

1 vote
Risotto with pumpkin

Risotto with pumpkin by Karl Vassallo

Risotto degustation

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Butternut Squash Risotto

Butternut Squash Risotto by Kelly Sheeman

Thanks to the Simply Recipies blog...wonderful! I loved this dish. I could sit down and eat cups and cups and cups of this dish. It was a wonderful side, and an easy main for a vegetarian. Thanks to Simply Recipies blog...wonderful! I used extra butternut squash and it worked really well, I also found that I did not need to add…

3 votes
Italian Bean and Rice Soup

Italian Bean and Rice Soup by John Spottiswood

This is a delicious soup culled from the treasure trove of recipes by Marcella Hazan. It can be made with pasta instead of rice, but is wonderful with Arborio rice. It's hearty and flavorful. Marcella would probably cringe, but I like to eat it with a healthy sprinkle of sumac. If you don't have sumac, black pepper will add flavor…

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Arangini.....or Rice Balls....or Werewolf balls....I'm not sure

Arangini.....or Rice Balls....or Werewolf balls....I'm not sure by Michael Swiney

The German Goddess and I were discussing food one day, as happens a few times a week. On day I was making something that she couldn't pronounce and she just deadpanned "Dracula's Balls?" Ummm.....Noooo, but that's what we'll call it from now on. K?…

1 vote
Easy Risotto & Gourmet Mushrooms

Easy Risotto & Gourmet Mushrooms by Amos Miller

Risotto scares too many cooks. It's really a simple dish, though not commonly served at the American dinner table - unless you have some (usually Northern) Italian blood in your family. When done with care, risotto can be a sublime accompaniment to all types of dishes. In fact, you can add all types of things to a risotto to…

2 votes
Skinny and Dreamy Broccolini Risotto

Skinny and Dreamy Broccolini Risotto by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

Risotto is an elegant Italian rice dish made by stirring hot stock into a mixture of rice and sometimes onions, shallots, or garlic that have been sautéed in butter. The stock is added in ½ cup increments while continually stirring until all the liquid is absorbed before adding more stock. We know it sounds a little labor intensive…

1 vote
Insalata di Riso

Insalata di Riso by Nick Webster

Insalata di riso is a dish which is perfect for picnics. It transports well in a covered dish and is best served at room temperature. Plus, it’s a great way to get more vegetables on the table in a setting that is often dominated by meats and snacks. The beautiful bold colors of tomatoes, olives, and herbs will draw the eye of even…

1 vote
Baked Rice For X'mas

Baked Rice For X'mas by Blackswan

There’ll probably be a lot of leftover food for the festive season. This is one of the simple recipes using leftover rice & a can of Campbell Mushroom Chicken that you can use for this X’mas. Best part of it, you can even make use of this leftover rice & turn it into an Italian Restaurant Menu as gifts for your friends. * If…

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Red Wine Risotto with Shrimp

Red Wine Risotto with Shrimp by Evelyn Scott

This is a delicious recipe for the classic Italian dish of red wine risotto. Red wine risotto is made with a good dry red wine and wonderfully flavorful porcini,white or bella mushrooms.

3 votes
Insalata di riso (Summer Rice Salad)

Insalata di riso (Summer Rice Salad) by Frank Fariello

Mid-August, when the temperatures climb to tropical heights, is a time when the enthusiasm of even the most avid cook can begin to wane. Italians often turn to easily prepared dishes that need minimal or no actually cooking. Salads are an obvious choice, and rice salads are a favorite. Not only are they delicious, but they are easy to…

3 votes