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Rice Pizza Recipe of of 23-10-2015 [Updated on 07-02-2018]
Rice pizza is a rich and substantial dish that can be filled with the flavor of your choice and even prepared in advance. After the potato one, the idea of making rice pizza in the same way was a natural consequence. This morning I am writing to you from Cosenza, I have already met two misyane, so the day has already started with the sun, now we have the course with Arkys' friends and I am very excited about my intervention, we hope not to get stuck;) tomorrow morning instead I will be at piazza San Domenico maggiore for the royal sites award, if some friend is in the area, give me a whistle;) Well now I leave you to the recipe and run away, basins: *
Bring a pot of salted water to a boil, then cook the rice.
Meanwhile, soak the mushrooms in a bowl of hot water for at least 10 minutes.
Then drain them, chop them lightly and quickly sauté them in a pan with garlic and oil to make them flavor.
Drain the rice when al dente, let it cool slightly, then put it in a bowl with chopped butter, egg and parmesan.
Mix until all the ingredients are combined well.
Put half of the rice mixture in a 22 cm mold lined with parchment paper and level up to cover the entire surface.
Add the cheese in pieces and then the mushrooms.
Then cover the filling with the remaining rice, pressing lightly to compact well.
Bake in a preheated convection oven at 200 ° C and bake for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve your rice pizza.
Racy and Tasty: baked rice pizza with mozzarella and tomato, a first course with a unique taste and super stringy filling! It is one rice flan stuffed with mozzarella and smoked cheese, prepared as a tomato risotto and then placed in a baking dish for gratinating in the oven. Without bechamel, but still creamy and genuine! A tomato and mozzarella rice pizza, pizzaiola taste and exceptional goodness: the ideal first course if you have it guests for lunch or dinner why you can prepare it in advance and bake at the moment so you can serve it hot and stringy.
There recipe of this pizzaiola rice cake is very simple and involves a first phase of cooking the risotto in a pan in the traditional way: to make it I used Cirio peeled tomatoes which are boxed shortly after harvest, grown and selected on the Italian territory to guarantee a product of quality and excellence, as per ancient traditions! Think that Cirio peeled tomatoes are among the great classics prepared since 1856!
For the stuffed you can use the cheese pasta filata which you prefer most like provolone, fontina cheese or even grilled vegetables like eggplant and zucchini or you can add cold cuts and salami to give an extra touch of flavor! The rice pizza recipe is gluten free, always taking care to make sure that the rice is certified gluten free!
Now you just have to read the recipe, let me know if you liked it. Until next time, Ivana.
IF YOU HAVE NOT ADVANCED RISOTTO:
Put the rice in a covered pot totally of cold water and light the fire.
Add the homemade vegetable nut and cook without turning for about 10 minutes until the rice has absorbed all the water.
Turn quickly the rice and add the grated Parmesan cheese and let it cool.
HOW TO PREPARE THE RICE PIZZA:
Add 50 grams of grated Parmesan, a whole egg, a pinch of salt and mix well in order to mix all the mixture well.
Cut to diced smoked scamorza cheese and mozzarella well dried with kitchen paper.
COOKING THE RICE PIZZA:
IN THE PAN: Put a little bit of extra virgin olive oil in a non-stick pan and cook the rice pizza mixture, leveling it well with a spatula.
Cook over medium heat on both sides for about 10 minutes until a golden and crunchy crust forms.
When the rice pizza is cooked on both sides, place the cubes of mozzarella and smoked scamorza cheese on top, cover with a lid and leave to cook 5 more minutes so that the cheese melts completely.
Put the mixture in a pie pan lined with parchment paper and cook the oven hot at 200 ° for 15/20 minutes.
Remove the rice pizza base from the oven and toss with diced cheeses.
Return the rice pizza to the oven and let it cook for others 10 minutes so that the cheeses melt completely.
You can add grilled vegetables on top of the rice pizza.
You can use any type of leftover risotto.
You can add saffron when the risotto is cooked.
If you will cook the rice pizza in oven will not need oil.
If you want a crisper rice pizza you can put it previously in the breadcrumbs or in the grandmother's breading
You can not put homemade vegetable nut and replace with a little salt.
If you liked this recipe, maybe you might be interested in it too RISOTTI RECIPES or the PIZZA LIKE IN A PIZZERIA.
There Rice Pizza it can be kept for about two days in the refrigerator. You can heat it by putting it in a preheated convection oven a 200 ° for about 10 minutes.
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Prepare the dough by putting the 0 flour in a bowl (or in a planetary mixer) together with the rice flour (mix with Venere rice). Crumble the fresh yeast inside and slowly add the water, continuing to knead with your hands.
Halfway through the dough, add the salt and the extra virgin olive oil. Work again for a total of about 10 minutes using corn flour to help you work. Divide the dough into 225g loaves, cover them and let them rise for 12 hours.
For the filling, sauté the chopped radicchio in a pan together with a drizzle of oil and a little vegetable broth. Roll out one of the loaves obtained inside a rectangular pan 18 & # 21525 cm. Grease the surface with more oil.
Then bake in a preheated oven at maximum temperature, in the lower part of the oven for about twenty minutes. When almost cooked, take the pizza out of the oven and spread over the sautéed radicchio and the Asiago cut into strips. Put back in the oven, on the top, for a few minutes to melt the cheese and serve.
If you want to see the video of Anna Moroni's Pizza Treviso recipe proposed in the new Italian cooking program Ricette all'Italiana broadcast on Rete 4, below you will find the link for viewing.
When we think of Neapolitan cooking — and southern Italian cooking in general — we think of pasta and pizza. So it may come as a surprise that one of the most emblematic dishes of Neapolitan cooking is actually a rice timbale, the Sartù Rice. The word sartù, the story goes, is an Italianized version of the French phrase sur tout, which means & # 8216above all & # 8217 — a reference to the rice that covers the rich meat and vegetable filling of this extraordinary timbale.
And therein lies a tale. You see, back in the day Naples was the capital of southern Italy — a separate country known as the & # 8216Kingdom of the Two Sicilies & # 8216 and ruled by French Bourbons. The Bourbon nobility liked to live and eat high on the hog, and their local cooks, known as the Monzù—Another Italianization, this time of the word Monsieur—Went out of their way to please their noble masters with elaborate French-inspired dishes using local ingredients their vast repertoire makes up a whole sub-cuisine, the cuisine of the Monzù. It was perhaps the first example of a consciously contrived fusion cuisine. And it explains, at least in part, why Neapolitan cuisine is so rich in messes and timbals and other fancy dishes.
The sartù is arguably the best known of the traditional Monzù dishes. There are several kinds of sartù, but they mainly fall within two categories: those in red (& # 8216red & # 8217, ie made with tomato sauce) and those blank (& # 8216white & # 8217, without). The white version is the original, or so they say, but it is the red version that is the more popular today. Today & # 8217s post is about the version called rice sartù with meat sauce. The rice is flavored with a rich Sunday ragout or Sunday Sauce the stuffing is made with the sausages that went into the ragù and meatballs, those same tiny meatballs that go into lasagna, mixed with peas and mushrooms — the French touch! It & # 8217s a kind of fancy, Frenchified Carneval lasagna.
Like lasagna, the sartù is not an everyday dish — it involves several steps and take some considerable time and effort. Best to plan ahead. You can make the ragù, for example, the day before, the meatballs and rice the morning of, and then put everything together when you feel like it. In fact, the whole thing can be assembled ahead of time, then refrigerated until you want to cook it.
Makes enough for 4-6 people
For the meatballs (little meatballs):
For the rest of the stuffing:
Step 1: Start by making the ragù, using the ingredients listed above and following the method for Angelina & # 8217s Sunday Sauce.
Step 2: Precook the rice: Mix the ragù and water together, season generously with salt. (Taste the liquid to make sure it is quite savory.) Put the rice and the liquid together in a saucepan, bring to a boil. Stir once, then lower the heat to a gentle simmer, cover and let cook for 15 minutes, stirring only once about halfway through. The liquid should be fully absorbed and the rice should still be slightly underdone, rather chalky to the tooth.
Then transfer the rice to a large mixing bowl and let it cool entirely, then add the remaining eggs, cheese and parsley. Taste and adjust for seasoning — the rice should be very flavorful.
(NB: While the rice is simmering, you can let your dried mushrooms soak.)
Step 3: Make the meatballs: Mix all of the ingredients listed above together in a large bowl. Form them into the smallest meatballs you can manage, about the size of hazelnut, rolling them between your palms. Fry your little meatballs in abundant olive oil until they are nicely browned on all sides. Make sure that you leave lots of room in the pan for them to fry properly you will probably need to fry them in batches. NB: Since they & # 8217re so small, they will cook in only a few minutes. Drain them on paper towels.
Step 4: Set up your mis en place: Fish out a few of the sausages from the ragù and slice them up. Slice the mozzarella and get your peas. You should now have everything ready to go: your rice, your soaked mushrooms, the little meatballs, the frozen peas, your sliced mozzarella. Lay them out on your work space so you & # 8217re ready to put everything together.
All ready to go: slices sausages, tiny meatballs, pre-cooked rice, peas, soaked mushrooms and slice mozzarella.
Step 5: Prepare the stuffing: Mix together the sausages, meatballs, peas and mushrooms. Nap them with a ladleful of ragù and mix so they are well coated. Taste and adjust for seasoning the stuffing should be rich and savory.
Step 6: Assemble the sartù: Line a mold of your choice very generously with butter (or, if you really want to be authentic, lard) then breadcrumbs. (I like to use a Charlotte mold, but there are other possibilities see Notes below.) Make sure to line the mold very well. This step is really important to avoid the rice sticking to your mold. And that would be a real shame after all the effort you & # 8217re putting in & # 8230
A well-lined mold is the key to a successful sartù
Take two thirds of the rice mixture and line the bottom and sides, leaving a large well in the middle for the stuffing. Make sure the rice makes a rather thick & # 8216wall & # 8217 around the sides, enough to hold up the finished timbale. Add the stuffing into the well, starting with a layer of mozzarella, then the stuffing ingredients, proceeding in layers until you & # 8217re almost (but not quite) up to the top of the mold, like so:
Then add the rest of the rice and flatten it out so it is flush with the top of the mold. Sprinkle with some more breadcrumbs and dot with some more butter (or lard).
Step 7: Bake the sartù in a moderate oven (180C / 350F) for a good 30-45 minutes, depending on the shape and size of the mold, until the top is golden brown. (If using a ring mold or individual molds, it will be done in more like 20-30 minutes.)
Step 8: Rest: Remove the sartù from the oven and let it rest for a good 10-15 minutes. (It can wait up to 30 minutes if you like and some recipes tell you to do so. The longer the wait, the more solid the sartù will be.) Again, this step is critical to keep the sartù in shape.
Step 9: Unmold the sartù by placing a large plate over the top of the mold, then, using oven mitts or towels so you don & # 8217t burn yourself, holding and flipping both mold and plate over together. Then, with the mold upside down on the plate, give the bottom (now the & # 8216top & # 8217) of the mold a good wack with a heavy knife or mallet or something to loosen it from the mold. Gently lift the mold up, just a smidgen, shaking it a bit until you feel the sartù come loose from the mold and drop onto the plate.
Step 10: Serve the sartù whole, cutting it at table like a cake for your dinner guests, along with a sauce boat of the remaining ragù and some freshly grated Parmesan or pecorino cheese for those who want some.
A nice slice of sartù, with ragù and grated cheese. Yum!
The best rice for this dish is one of the varieties that are suited for making risotto: arborio, Vialone nano or Carnaroli. Given the amounts needed, I usually use the (relatively!) Inexpensive arborio for making a sartù. In a pinch, any short grained rice will do you need a & # 8216starchy & # 8217 variety that will hold together when the sartù is unmolded. If you want to use easier to find long grain rice, it may work if you add some extra egg for binding. (No guarantees, however, as I haven & # 8217t tested this out!)
The chopped meat can be beef, or a mixture of beef and pork, or a mixture of beef, pork and veal, or you prefer. Just make sure it & # 8217s not too lean, or else your meatballs will be a bit dry.
The mozzarella cheese should be fresh, if possible, the kind you buy in its water. But you needn & # 8217t go to the expense of using a true buffalo mozzarella, made from the milk of the water buffalo, for a dish like this, where the mozzarella gets mixed up with all sort of savory ingredients. A simple and much less expensive milk cream, or mozzarella made with cow & # 8217s milk (which, in any event, is what you will more likely find here in the States) will do fine. And, in a pinch, you can even use the & # 8216dry & # 8217 kind of mozzarella that comes wrapped in plastic wrap. If so, I would cube the mozzarella rather than slice it, as it tends to be a bit tough. If using fresh mozzarella, let it drain well before using so it doesn & # 8217t turn the stuffing soggy.
Depending on the size of your mold, you may well wind up with extra rice, ragù or stuffing, but that's fine. Better too much than too little, so the measurements given above are generous. Leftover ragù has a million uses it can be frozen and used for lasagna on some future Sunday, or just on some spaghetti anytime you feel like it. Leftover stuffing is wonderful reheated on its own, perhaps with a bit of leftover ragù if you have it, or tomato if you don & # 8217t, as a kind of stew, or as a seasoning for pasta. Either the stuffing and / or the rice can be used to make a nice frittata as well. If you have all three leftover, you can make mini sartù, or sartuncini, for another meal.
Speaking of molds, I like to use a medium-sized Charlotte mold for making sartù, as pictured above. It makes for an impressive, & # 8216dramatic & # 8217 presentation at table, especially as you slice it and the rich stuffing comes pouring out & # 8230 But many people these days use a ring mold, which is quicker to cook and easier to slice. You can even use very small molds for elegant individual portions. The only point is to make sure you line your mold very well with butter and breadcrumbs and then let the sartù rest before you attempt to unmold it otherwise, you risk the sartù sticking to the mold, which won & # 8217t be very pretty (but still delicious). To get around this, some cooks make sartù as a kind of casserole, to be spooned out of a baking dish rather than unmolded, which is undoubtedly less nerve-racking but a lot less fun.
As mentioned, there are several types of sartù. In her classic cookbook Neapolitan cuisine, Jeanne Caròla Francesconi presents fives different versions, two blank, two in red and one made with fish rather than meat. the white rice sartù is said to be the original version. There is also another version in red, made with a simple tomato sauce rather than ragù, which makes the dish (slightly) less time-consuming to make and, of course, a bit lighter. It & # 8217s probably more in line with today & # 8217s tastes, but personally I like this ragù version the best of all. Francesconi, by the way, suggests letting the stuffing ingredients (other than the mozzarella) gently sauté in a sautéed of lard, onion and prosciutto, then adding some ragù and simmering for about 10 minutes. This extra step no doubt adds another layer of flavor.
Francesconi calls for an even more elaborate stuffing, adding chicken livers and, like some lasagna, wedges of hard boiled eggs, to the ingredients listed in this recipe. In fact, as you can well imagine, the recipe lends itself to all sorts of variations, especially in the stuffing. You can add more or less meatballs or stuffing or peas or mushrooms as suits your taste. I & # 8217ve seen recipes for cooked ham in the stuffing. And so on ad infinitum. Some people like to add some peas and / or mushrooms to the rice as well. Sartù is a dish that lets you play and individualize according to your taste. But—I recommend!—Do try the classic version first.
There potatos pizza it's a recipe easy and appetizing, perfect for a fun dinner. The potato base is stuffed, like a classic pizza, with tomato, mozzarella cheese And speck, cooking is in the oven and preparation rapid. A simple but original idea to try and enjoy.
There potatos pizza is a greedy and original reinterpretation of the classic pizza, an iconic food of Italy in the world.
The base is made up of grated potatoes, tomato filling, speck mozzarella and the most classic aromas such as oregano and basil. Recipe very easy, baking, la potatos pizza it is perfect for an informal dinner with friends.
The delicious and unusual recipes inspired by pizza are varied, starting with the reworking of the classic dough and the shape. Here, for example, is the Pizza waffle, the Muffin pizza or the very soft Danubio Pizza.
Real gifts that use totally alternative ingredients are instead the recipes of the white eggplant pizzas, the rice pizza or the fake pizza with egg whites, ham and smoked cheese.
Up to the waste-saving ideas that become super appetizing like the rich bread pizza.
Many extravagant, funny and original recipes because the ways to say Pizza are truly infinite!
Back in shape, after a heavy period due to Covid, Sergio Barzetti returns to offer his dishes, both refined and homemade. Today, in particular, an original idea to recycle the leftovers of two classic and much loved dishes: risotto and eggplant parmigiana. here are the parmesan rice cakes.
Let's start from risotto: in a pan, sauté the chopped onion with a drizzle of oil. We add the rice and let it toast for a few minutes. Add the white wine and then add the tomato puree and add a little vegetable broth at a time. Cook with basil leaves and broth if necessary. At the end of cooking, stir in a drizzle of oil and the grated Parmesan and transfer to a baking tray. We spread it out and let it cool completely.
We massage an eggplant, still whole and with the peel, with some extra virgin olive oil, place it on a baking sheet with parchment paper and bake in a hot and static oven at 180 ° for 20 minutes. Once out of the oven, we take the pulp with a spoon and season it with oil, salt and fresh basil.
The other aubergineinstead, we partially remove the peel and cut it into slices. We pass the slices in rice flour and fry them in hot and deep oil until golden brown. We drain on absorbent paper.
We compose: inside a & # 8217 ring, placed on a sheet of parchment paper, we create a first layer of tomato risotto, crushing well with a spoon. We insert in the center a slice of fried aubergine, a slice of smoked cheese, a basil leaf and cover with more rice, sealing the filling well inside (press with a spoon). We remove the ring and form the other cakes. Once the pan has been filled, sprinkle with more Parmesan cheese and pass in a hot and static oven at 180 ° for 6-8 minutes. We serve with the baked aubergine pulp.
Put a saucepan on the heat with: the milk, 2 glasses of water, the granulated sugar, the grated lemon zest and a pinch of salt.
As soon as it starts to boil, pour in the rice and cook until all the liquid has been absorbed.
Italian cakes, pies and biscuits taste so good because in most recipes you may find that the contents are overcooked. If you want to check this go to the website giving Italian pastry recipes. The latest trend in pizza is cooking the crust with cauliflower flowers. Likewise, the Italian dessert trend is constantly being redefined by food lovers around the world. You might notice that traditionally the items are made creamier. This trend remains unchanged despite the fact that most people remain health conscious and this is the success secret of tasty Italian food. It can also be seen that more melted butter and milk are used in desserts. You may realize that even in this recipe we are discussing.
Let it cool then add the eggs, the vanilla sugar, the butter, the candied fruit and the soaked raisins, stirring constantly. Grease a cake pan with butter and flour it then pour the mixture into it.
Bake in the oven at 180/200 degrees for about half an hour.
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