Traditionally, orzo is used in soups or in chilled salads, or as a bed for roasted meats. Now, it's being pressed into service in many non-traditional ways. It's being used in creamy risotto-like dishes, baked casseroles, pilaf-like dishes, as a stuffing for baked peppers and baked tomatoes, as a stuffing for fresh items such as avocado halves, and in creamy, chowder-like soups. Mexican and Tex-Mex style recipes are even appearing for it.
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|Typical Values||100g contains||75g contains|
|Energy||1507kJ (355kcal)||1131kJ (267kcal)|
- Dried orzo pasta made from Durum wheat semolina.
- 100% Durum wheat produced using the traditional method for a rough texture that holds sauce beautifully.
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