This recipe is absolutely amazing and easy to make. This is a filling dish that is truly delicious and will soon become a family favorite.
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.
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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.
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