In the Kitchen With: Tasting Rome’s Supplì Classici – Design*Sponge

Here it is, the first recipe from Tasting Rome and one of my favorite recipes from the book. The classic supplì, or rice croquette, is essentially a ball of risotto that is battered and fried. At its core is a piece of melted mozzarella which, to me, is the best part. I do not like my supplì so dry that it crumbles when you eat it. At the same time, it should not be so saucy that it becomes unwieldy when you try to eat it. I developed this recipe after my personal ideal supplì. Let me know if you like it! If you’re interested in learning more Rome’s evolving cuisine, my co-author and I will be participating in a Q&A at the 92nd Street YMCA in New York on March 30 at 7 pm. Come see us! —Kristina

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