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Baked Mozzarella Sticks. These were pretty good, like the recipe says you have to eat them right out of the oven (when they cool off a little) otherwise they aren't good. The breading was really yummy and they were great dipped in marinara sauce. They weren't as good as restaurant style ones, not as soft and creamy but still good for making them at home. And easy too!

Avocado Cream Rice Balls with Chili & Peanut Butter Dip | Somewhere Over the Kitchen

Tomato, Basil & Mozzarella Skewers - quick & easy to make with fresh ingredients as a snack or starter. Use different cheese like feta or bocconcini if you prefer. To make into a meal, add meat or fish on a longer skewer! | The Micro Gardener

Lidia's Italy: Recipes: Stuffed Rice Balls This will be at our next Italian Dinner with the group traveling to Italy in June. We do a monthly dinner to culturally immerse ourselves before going.

Mozzarella~Stuffed Burgers, Decadent and over-the-top but just fabulous! These stuffed burgers are the perfect thing to serve to friends and family this weekend

Arancini--classic Italian stuffed rice balls

Bite sized Italian rice balls made with brown rice, spinach, chicken sausage and cheese, breaded and baked in the oven. Served with Marinara for dipping – so good!

A fave of Scoot and mine...Fried and Stuffed Rice Balls (Arancini di Riso)...great recipe, added frozen peas and will try sausage too next time

Bacon and Roasted-Garlic Arancini - These fried Sicilian rice balls are popular street food in Italy. Here we’ve spiced things up by using risotto, bacon, and mixed cheeses.

Arancini di Riso: "Rice Balls" (* leftover risotto, * mozzarella cheese cut into cubes, 1 egg (lightly beaten), 1/4 cup parmigiano reggiano (grated), 1 cup bread crumbs, vegetable oil for frying, and * leftover marinara sauce)

Grilled caprese sandwich stuffed with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes and basil pesto! Easy and delicious recipe!