1. Sicilian Arancini Recipe | Homemade Italian Rice Balls Recipe


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    Sicilian Arancini are deliciously plump stuffed rice balls filled with ragu, peas, mozzarella and deep fried. Arancini are originally from Sicily and my version is simple to make and coated with fresh breadcrumbs making them extra crispy and simply exquisite. Share this video on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/friedarancini Get the recipe: http://bit.ly/arancinirecipe Check out my website for full recipes and to follow my blog: http://bit.ly/vincenzosplate ================================= Subscribe to my YouTube channel! http://bit.ly/youtubeVP Follow me on: Facebook! http://bit.ly/facebookVincenzosPlate Instagram @vincenzosplate http://bit.ly/VPinstagram Google+ http://bit.ly/VPGoogleplus Linkedin http://bit.ly/VPlinkedin Tweet me! @vincenzosplate http://bit.ly/VPTwitter ================================= Also join this Incredible Google+ community: "Italian Style Food Revolution" http://bit.ly/Italianstylefoodrevolution INGREDIENTS: RAGU 1 x can of Mutti Doppio Concentrato (Double concentrate tomato sauce) 150g baby peas 550-600g mixed pork/veal mince 1 carrot (chopped into pieces) 1 celery branch (chopped into pieces) ¼ onion (chopped into pieces) 4-5 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil A few pinches of table salt Generous bunch of fresh basil leaves 1 glass of water ARANCINI BALLS 1 fresh mozzarella ball (or Fior di latte) 500g Aborio rice Thin slice of butter ¼ onion (chopped into pieces) 1 x vegetable stock cube Fresh breadcrumbs in a wide bowl 1L water Small bowl of water for your hands 2 eggs Vegetable oil (enough for frying) UTENSILS: 1 x medium size non-stick frypan 1 x medium pot for rice 1 x whisk or fork 1 x wooden spoon 1 x medium tray METHOD: Vincenzo’s Tip: Before starting to cook, place the empty tray into the freezer. You will use this to cool down the rice later on. TO MAKE THE RAGU 1. Put the frypan on the stove at a medium-high heat. 2. Add 4-5 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil along with the chopped carrot, celery and onion until it begins to brown, then add the mince. 3. Mix the meat through using a wooden spoon and turning it over until both sides begin to brown. 4. After a couple of minutes, add fresh basil by breaking the leaves into small pieces, peas and a glass of water. 5. Leave this simmering and once it reduces, add the Mutti concentrate and mix jut through. 6. Add a tablespoon of salt after 2 minutes and mix it once again. 7. Leave this to simmer on the stove on a medium-low heat for around 10 minutes. Continue reading the recipe: http://bit.ly/arancinirecipe ================================== Camera Operator: Bill Z Way Production Company: Fame Park Studios Music "Oktogon" and "Platos178 ok" are composed and performed by Walter Gaeta Keywords: Vincenzosplate, Vincenzos Plate, Chef Vincenzo, Italian food, recipes, Food, Sydney, Australia, Italy, Italian, Pasta, Italian recipes, Pizza recipe, Italian cuisine, how to cook, cooking show, drinks, aperitivo, Bbq, Grilling, Sydney, Australia, Leichhardt, cooking, delicious, modern, ================================== Watch the video recipe: http://youtu.be/C9sdvmIyv-E

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      Mama Musubi: Every Sunday at the Studio City Farmers Market (8:00am to 2:00pm)

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      • Mama Musubi


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        Mama Musubi: Every Sunday at the Studio City Farmers Market (8:00am to 2:00pm)

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        • Cooking with Johnny (Episode 1) 4 Cheese Italian Rice Balls (Arancini)


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          4 Cheese Italian Rice Balls (Arancini). For The Complete Written Recipe, Please Go To My Facebook Page @ www.Facebook.com/cookingwithjohnny Hope You Enjoyed The Video... This Was My First Video, There Will Be More Coming. This Was My First Attempt At This, I Think It Came Out Good - So There Will Be Many More In The Works. This Is What I Call My Pilot Episode (Episode 1) Please Join & Like My Facebook Page @ Facebook.com/Cookingwithjohnny

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            • Rice Balls Brooklyn


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              Nick Nicolosi, The Sicilian Critic of Pizzacentric, examines rice balls from Joe's Superette, an Italian shop in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Nicolosi's assessment of rice balls is informative and relevant to Italian rice balls anywhere. He knows how they should taste and he's not shy about his opinions. Joe's Superette closed a couple years ago, but its rice balls have reappeared at Prince Street Pizza (27 Prince Street, between Mott and Elizabeth), which happens to be on the site of the New York's first "Ray's Pizza." The rice balls at Prince Street Pizza are, as they were at Joe's, fried to order - not reheated. This video originally appeared in a 2010 story on the website Pizzcentric.com. You can read by going to http://www.pizzacentric.com/journal/2010/11/24/the-sicilian-critic-rice-balls.html.

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              • 26 Kitchen as Studio: Art as Food as Art


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                Part of the 'Art as Food as Art' Project, this video by Cai Xi Silver shows the kitchen as the artist's studio. Thanks to Isabel, Margareta, Melanie and Leah for participating. Music by Alec Silver from his composition, 'Going Home.' Video editing by Adam Silver. Project coordination by Cai Xi Silver. Filmed February 12, 2012 in the kitchen adjoining C. X. Silver Gallery in West Brattleboro, Vermont. Cai says: "Everyone is born an artist. Art is about sight, sound, smell, touch and taste."

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                      I made 300 rice balls and tried to install them on I-35, however we police showed up after we worked on them for 20 minutes.

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