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Rice Balls
Rice Balls
(Arancini di Riso)

1 lb rice
2 eggs
3.5 ounces grated parmesan cheese
10.5 ounces ground beef
3.5 ounces ground chicken
1 onion, chopped
1 stalk of celery, chopped
Salt and pepper
1/2 cup white wine
Extra virgin olive oil for frying
Some flour and dried breadcrumbs
1 beaten egg


Cook the chopped onion and celery with a soupspoon of olive oil in a pan and cook over a moderate fire.
Add the meat, chicken, sage, oregano, salt and pepper and continue cooking, stirring constantly. Add some of the white wine.
Meanwhile boil the rice in salt water and when cooked add the grated parmesan cheese and the two eggs.

When the rice is cold put a soupspoon of rice in your left hand, add a teaspoon or the meat mixture, and complete the ball with another spoonful of rice, forming a ball about the size of a small orange.
When all the balls are formed roll them in flour, then dip them in the beaten egg, followed by the breadcrumbs, and fry them in boiling olive oil. There should be enough olive oil to completely cover the "little oranges".

As soon as they are golden remove with a slotted spoon and place on paper towels to absorb the extra olive oil. Keep them warm in the oven until ready to serve. Serves 4.
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