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Hello everyone. Welcome to Two-Minute Chef. My name is Mario. Today, we’re making Risotto Bites. And after you’ve subscribe to this show, you saw the Risotto episode, you’ve probably have some leftovers and what we’re going to do with that is we’re going to deep fry them and bake them off. Kind of make little croquets. We’re going to start with our breading process with some all purpose flour. We’re just kind of coat the outside of your risotto bites. Right here we’ve used an ounce scoop which is a nice bite size for like h’orderves or anything like that. Next we are going to our egg wash. We just took two eggs lightly beaten. Now over here we have some Italian bread crumbs. Now when you’re breading things, one good thing to know is that you should work with one clean hand and one hand to bread anything else with. Now behind me we have a small pan with blended oil. We have two cups of oil in there. Just put it on a medium high flame. You don’t really need to create a certain temperature. You just want the outside to get nice and brown. And depending on the size of the pan that you use, you might just don’t crowd the pan just so that the boil doesn’t come down too much in temperature. This should be a fairly quick process. It’s a nice color on them. And after that, you’ll take your risotto bites to a 350-degree oven for about seven minutes. Over here we have our finished product. This can definitely be used as an appetizer or just an h’orderves, pass them on to friends, and there you have it. Risotto Bites. Thanks for tuning in to Two-Minute Chef and don’t forget to subscribe. We’ll see you next time.