We would like to propose to you this signature recipe by Gabriele Ferron, Riseria Ferron and James Schiavone, Tartarun Restaurant which was prepared for Riso e Risotti 2012. The elegant texture of the carnaroli risotto combined with fresh local herbs created an aromatic and zestful dish, which was served as part of the menu in […]
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This article was first published on CIBUS magazine / April 2012. It’s easy to get it wrong and end up with a messy, mushy mass on your plate. But if you learn about the three decisive elements of how to make the perfect risotto then you can enjoy the versatility of this Italian dish. Risotto […]
The delicate prawn taste combined with the tangy flavor of the fresh rocket leaves produce a well-balanced risotto. Ingredients for 4 persons: 320g Carnaroli rice 700ml vegetable stock 300g frozen prawns (Can be gladly substituted with fresh prawns) a bunch of fresh rocket leaves 1 garlic clove extra virgin olive oil ½ glass dry white […]
Following our recent discovery of the Carnaroli type of rice I thought of using this variety for the traditional Maltese baked rice dish. So here’s my recipe for ross il-forn with carnaroli rice. The result is a creamy and crunchier risotto. The grains keep their individuality and the texture of the bake is not sticky. Ingredients for […]
For many years the only type of rice I associated with risotto was Arborio. This happened for two main reasons. First of all, Arborio, was the only type of rice available on our supermarket shelves. Secondly, my poor rice education kept me linking risotto with Arborio. Today, after collecting information and experiences from my brother […]
Excuse me for my absence and the delay in completing the Primi D’Italia experience but as you may have noted I was focused on insurance exams! Now that I am over and done with I can get back to my blog writing, with a bang! My last entry of the primi festival in Foligno is all about rice! One of the degustation […]