Arancini are fried, bite-sized balls of delight that make delicious (and easy!) additions to a party spread.
Embrace the magic of truffle season by crafting your arancini out of our The Essential Ingredient Truffle Risotto.
Stuffed with fresh mozzarella and seasoned with our Truffle Salt, they’ll have people talking about your party years!
Bring stock to a gentle simmer in a saucepan.
Heat the olive oil in a seperate large saucepan or small stock pot, then add the onion and fry gently until translucent.
Add the truffle risotto mix, stirring until coated in oil and well combined with the onion. Add verjuice, and continue to stir until almost entirely absorbed.
Add one or two ladles of warmed stock and stir until almost absorbed, then add more stock. Stop adding stock when rice grains are just al dente. Remove from heat.
Add butter and parmesan, stir to combine, and taste. Season risotto with salt and pepper.
Once risotto has dropped to room temperature, refrigerate for at least one hour.
Flatten two tablespoons of chilled risotto in the palm of your hand and place a piece of mozzarella in the centre. Wrap the rice around the cheese and form into a tight ball.
When all balls are formed, freeze for 30 minutes.
Prepare a bowl with the lightly beaten eggs, and another with the breadcrumbs. Coat one arancini ball at a time with egg, then cover with breadcrumbs. Set crumbed arancini aside until they return to room temperature.
In a heavy-based pot, heat frying oil to 150C. Fry arancini in batches until golden brown.
Season cooked arancini with truffle salt and serve with Sicilian cherry tomato sauce.