- From the Italian town Arborio (Wiktionary)
“Weighing in a little late, but another tip: this dish is traditionally made with valencia I think its also called arborio or pearl? rice.”
“Carnaroli was the rice I used, but the more usual arborio would work, too.”
“I try his version with arborio, which, as he says, makes the broth "really creamy" – and it's wonderfully thick and comforting.”
“I make his paella with arborio and no one notices the difference, even under sustained questioning, although I decide it's slightly chalkier – which could, of course be entirely the power of suggestion.”
“Mia reported that the broth was simmering Holly was using the easy version of the risotto recipe, which used canned broth instead of marrow, and poured the oil and arborio rice into a butter-coated pan, and when the pan began to sizzle, Mia added the saffron threads, turning the rice a beautiful golden yellow.”
“It was only nine thirty, but she was exhausted and wanted to fling herself under the covers, forget about pancakes made out of arborio rice, and perhaps let her mind wander over the hotness of a six-feet-plus guy with blueberry-colored eyes and a slight cleft in his chin.”
“My favourite is arborio, cause I'm all into risotto at the moment.”
“Y'all ought to try frijoles rosados (pink beans) & frijoles bayos .. now being sold in Food Lions in the mid-Atlantic .. along with an arborio type rice from Morelos.”
“She started with a soffritto of shallot, fennel, and leek, adding Carnaroli rice, which she preferred to arborio, pinot grigio, and, when the wine had plumped the rice, spring-vegetable stock, one ladle at a time.”
“I am completely infatuated with risotto, having to stock arborio rice up on trips abroad.”
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Everything rice. There are many styles of sushi listed here. For convention's sake, I list them in lower case letters and without a hyphen (inarizushi rather than Inari-zushi).
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