Soup with risotto

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Soup with risotto
Type Soup
Main ingredients Risotto, eggs, bread crumbs, clear or brown soup
Cookbook: Soup with risotto  Media: Soup with risotto

Soup with Risotto is a dish in Italian-American cuisine made with risotto, eggs, bread crumbs, and clear or brown soup. It is commonly made when one has risotto leftover after a meal. The risotto is made into little balls the size of small nuts. These are then covered in egg and bread crumbs and fried in butter. After being dried they are added to either clear or brown soup.[1][2]

This recipe is not traditional in Italy. The balls are made (actually a little bigger than eggs), but they are not added to soup and are rather eaten on their own, and they are locally called supplì or arancini.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ W. G. Waters. The Cook's Decameron: A Study In Taste. Plain Label Books. p. 119. ISBN 9781603030311. 
  2. ^ Elizabeth David (2002). A Book of Mediterranean Food. Illustrated by John W. Minton, contributor Clarissa Dickson Wright. New York Review Books. p. 19. ISBN 9781590170038.