Arancini, meaning “little oranges” because of their shape and colour, are fried, stuffed rice balls originating in Sicily.

They are a famous street food and, due to their popularity, widely available now in the UK from street vendors, Italian cafés and restaurants. Arancini are a clever way to turn leftover risotto into another culinary delight. These fried risotto balls make wonderful finger food – and not just for parties! They are a delicious and versatile little snack for on-the-go or for a lazy evening at home. Best enjoyed straight out of the oven while the Taleggio in the centre is still hot and gooey.

(Credit to: Castelli/Parmigiano for these beautiful recipes)

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