Pizza Stone Arancini Balls


I recently discovered pre-made arancini balls in the frozen food section at Trader Joe’s. They are addicting little fried rice balls filled with mozzarella. There’s only one problem: heating them up. These arancini balls stick to everything because the cheese melts out and the breading sticks to the pan. For an experiment, I decided I would give my pizza stone a try and viola! No sticking. Proof is in the picture! Even the oozing cheese came off easily and stayed with the arancini balls instead of shredding the ball and sticking to the pan. Another reason I’m in love with my pizza stone!

I think heating up all kind of prepared foods will work great on the pizza stone. I’m definitely going to use this for other¬†cheesy¬†items, like mozzarella sticks. All you have to do is preheat your oven with the pizza stone in it, because you want the pizza stone to be hot when food is placed on it. Then cook according to directions.

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