Arancine

Arancine or “little oranges” are a typical savory dish of the Sicilian cuisine, in Southern Italy, consisting of crispy fried balls of rice mixed with ragù sauce and peas, along with stretched cheese.  

Arancine are one of the main symbols of the Sicilian street food culture, but they can also be prepared and served as an appetizer or first dish. 

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