Leftover Rice Recreated into Magic

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I love leftovers. I love transforming one thing into something totally different annnnnd I love not spending any money to do it. These were a prime example of all these things. I had leftover risotto from the other day. I made more than usual but even with Mr. J and I eating it with dinner one night and leftovers for lunch the next day, there was still a good amount. I decided to make aranchini! lemon_risotto_bowl_590_390 Aranchini are historically Sicilian but as you can imagine other regions of Italy have similar ones that they’ll tell you are not aranchini. I learned this while dining with the mob. Mine are not authentic since I didn’t have any mozzarella for the middle. https://mmopage.com/news/alvf5k7z aranchini_plate_590_390 Even without this seemingly key ingredient, these were simply delicious. Maybe because I fried them. I never fry anything so it makes me appreciate it even more. Frying makes me anxious and it’s such a mess.


1 ½ cups prepared and chilled risotto https://gungrove.com/jgtfb5gd8 2 eggs, whisked with 1 tbs water 1 cup panko 2 tbs grated Parmesan



https://modaypadel.com/xv3yh3e Preheat oil ½ deep in a pan on medium https://www.prehistoricsoul.com/fphun1uwgi Scoop refrigerated risotto into 1” balls https://equinlab.com/2024/01/18/x902u26ol Dip each into eggwash then roll in panko until completely covered Fry in batches turning until golden brown. Remove and let rest on paper towel.

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https://equinlab.com/2024/01/18/b2dj14mwb These were so surprisingly good! I let them get pretty fried before turning them the first time. I think that really helped them stay together since they had a solid fried base on the bottom when I scooped with a slotted spoon. Buy Diazepam Next Day Delivery Uk aranchini_fry_590_390 We each ate a few as an app with dinner and I froze the rest. I think they’ll defrost pretty easily in the fridge and bake to reheat. They’ll be awesome when this weekend is over and I can celebrate a successful event (knock on wood!). I work all year for this weekend so wish me luck, dry weather, well behaved vendors, and lots of fundraising $$ coming in!


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