Easy, Cheesy Arancini — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Food Network Magazine's Italian rice balls are golden-brown and crispy on the outside and cheesy on the inside.
Arancini

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Photo by: Anna Williams

Anna Williams

If you're thinking that this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week ought to be served with a translation, fear not. Arancini are Italian rice balls, featuring a crispy, golden-brown crust on the outside and an inside of cheesy, ooey-gooey risotto and often a tomato sauce. Featured in Food Network Magazine, this week's top-rated recipe boasts a next-level filling studded with pine nuts for welcome crunch as well as a trio of Italian cheeses — mozzarella, fontina and nutty Parmesan — for over-the-top decadence. Because they're a cinch to make with your hands, these two-bite beauties are an ideal holiday appetizer that's endlessly impressive.

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