Arborio rice

a variety of round-grain rice used for making risotto

short-grain, high-starch, white Italian rice which becomes fat and creamy when cooked and is used for risotto

Arborio rice cooks best when constantly stirred.
Word Origin

After Arborio, town in the Po valley in Italy where the rice is grown
Usage Note



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