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Arancino Class in Taormina

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Difficulty level
0 of 5

Min. Age
3 years old

90 minutes

6,30 pm

Spoken languages

Why attend an “Arancino Class in Taormina.”?

A pride of Sicilian cuisine is arancine or rice balls, which have always made your mouth water just thinking about them.

Let alone participating in an Arancino Class in Taormina! Good and tasty arancini are ball or cone-shaped rice timbales that are breaded and fried, filled with meat sauce, peas and caciocavallo cheese, or with cooked ham and mozzarella. Well, in short, to each chef his own culinary recipe to prepare and delight the taste buds of tourists visiting beautiful Taormina.

Arancino class in Taormina: why participate?

Golden and orange like an orange, the conical shape of the arancini recalls the Etna volcano.
Participation in an “Arancino class in Taormina” will allow every tourist to assist in the culinary preparation of a more characteristic rotisserie product of the region Sicilian. By cutting the tip of the freshly cooked arancino, the chefs would allow the steam from cooking to escape, which would recall the smoke of Etna.
The crunchy surface of the golden breading and the red of the filling would evoke lava. In short, a delicious gastronomic product yes, but also aesthetically evocative and full of symbols that recall the tradition and the peculiarities that have always characterized Sicily. Arancino Class in Taormina: all the culinary variations to try!

What better occasion to learn all the secrets for preparing delicious arancini? The good Sicilian gastronomic tradition wants us to indulge ourselves in the culinary preparation of Sicilian arancini.


Each territory boasts its own recipe that it  guards and passes down from generation to generation. The most popular one is definitely the arancino stuffed with meat sauce, but the one “alla catanese” or “alla norma” is the most loved by eggplant fans. And the most delicious one? It has to be the arancino with pistachio from Bronte, but also those prepared with dark cocoa or custard and black cherry.

In short, we look forward to seeing many of you at the Arancino Cooking
Class in Taormina!