Risoni (pronounced ree-soh-nee) looks a bit like large rice grains but it is actually a type of pasta. It's so versatile and can be used in anything from cold salads to hearty minestrone soups. In this recipe it has been used as our pasta to be thrown in with a fresh arrabiata sauce. Arrabiata literally means "angry" in italian, and that could be quite appropriate if you used too many unseeded chillies and caused your dinner guests to go red and sweaty in the face. Below you'll find the recipe for this Risoni Arrabiata Oh, and just a little reminder to deseed your chillies if you or your guests can't stand the heat (but leave a few in if you can).
Loving risoni? We'll be featuring another recipe soon that features risoni, zucchini, artichoke stuffed capsicums baked in the oven. Told you it was versatile pasta!
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Prep Time 15 min Cook Time 30 min Total Time 45 min
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Posted in Renovations Post Date 12/11/2014