To make this Italian-inspired snack you first need to make a simple risotto, then use the risotto to make asparagus-filled breaded rice balls. It sounds like a labour of love, but in reality it’s very simple and brings a spring spin, not to mention a hearty does of colour and nutrition, to the table. Your friends and family are sure to swoon over these, which is reason enough to give this recipe a try!
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