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Rosemary Arancini: Deep-Fried Risotto [Vegan]

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Arancini is the name of an Italian street food that is made of ... wait for it — deep-fried risotto! Yes, really! These little treats are flavored with rosemary and best enjoyed with a generous dollop of vegan creme fraiche.

Rosemary Arancini: Deep-Fried Risotto [Vegan]

This Recipe is :

Dairy FreeVegan

Ingredients

For the Arancini:

  • 1 cup, plus 1 teaspoon of arborio rice
  • 2 1/2 of vegetable broth
  • 1/2 cup, plus 1 tablespoon of a good white wine
  • 1 yellow onion
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 2 teaspoons of dried rosemary
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

For Frying and Serving:

  • 1 pot of oil; canola, grapeseed, corn, whatever.
  • 3 bowls; one with flour, one with non-dairy milk, and one with breadcrumbs.
  • Maldon sea salt and more dried rosemary, crushed.

 

Preparation

  1. Chop up the garlic and onion finely. Add to a large skillet with a touch of oil. Cook on a medium heat until the onion is translucent.
  2. Add all of the arborio rice at once along with the white wine and rosemary.
  3. Let the rice soak up a bit of the wine before adding 1/4 of the broth.
  4. Let the rice soak up most of the broth before adding another 1/4 of the broth.
  5. Repeat until the rice is cooked and all or most of the broth has been used.
  6. Since we are making arancini out of the risotto, cook it a little longer than you usually would. This will make the risotto more dry and better for the arancini.
  7. Transfer to the fridge to cool completely.
  8. When the risotto has cooled completely, it’s time to roll it into balls.
  9.  Set up your little frying station and dunk the risotto balls in the flour, then the milk, then the breadcrumbs, and then the oil. Fry for 30-60 seconds a few at a time.
  10. Dry off on paper towel and serve with Maldon sea salt, dried rosemary, and a dollop of vegan creme fraiche.

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51 comments on “Rosemary Arancini: Deep-Fried Risotto [Vegan]”

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Alan Kofoed
6 Months Ago

Arancini with another "n" means little oranges in italian. When they come out of the fryer golden brown they look like little oranges. Arancia means orange and arancini is the diminutive.


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Charlotte Hermsen
6 Months Ago

Mario Musone Italiaanse bamiblokken :P


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Mario Musone
04 Feb 2016

Yes ik ken ze! Vaak zelf gemaakte gehad super lekkr!

Charlotte Hermsen
6 Months Ago

Mario Musone Italiaanse bamiblokken :P


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Mario Musone
04 Feb 2016

Yes ik ken ze! Vaak zelf gemaakte gehad super lekkr!

Flor Diaz
6 Months Ago

Lara Scuderi please make me thiiiiiiiissss!!!


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Vanessa Cousins
6 Months Ago

Jacqui Cousins


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Louise Bonomi
6 Months Ago

Joe Steepo make these pliz


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Vivien VE
6 Months Ago

Aracini? They forgot an "n": it should be arancini! :-)


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Giulia Gemma Visci
04 Feb 2016

ur right! arancino/arancini, it's a traditional recipe from Sicily.. In other regions of Italy, it's called suppli' ;)

Vivien VE
6 Months Ago

Aracini? They forgot an "n": it should be arancini! :-)


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Sunshine Zöldi Riehl
6 Months Ago

Deep fried?? Why?


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Ryan Novosielski
04 Feb 2016

Because occasionally people fry food. What do you mean why?

Ryan Novosielski
04 Feb 2016

Because occasionally people fry food. What do you mean why?

Sunshine Zöldi Riehl
04 Feb 2016

As in "why ruin it?"

Sunshine Zöldi Riehl
04 Feb 2016

As in "why ruin it?"

Alan Kofoed
05 Feb 2016

They are Italian tater tots made with rice. If you know how to fry them in hot oil they will be crispy and delicious.

Alan Kofoed
05 Feb 2016

They are Italian tater tots made with rice. If you know how to fry them in hot oil they will be crispy and delicious.

Sunshine Zöldi Riehl
6 Months Ago

Deep fried?? Why?


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