We offer many varieties of Arancini at Sicily Street, all varieties are not available all the time, we typically have the traditional flavors while rotating the many other new flavors and menu items we have to offer. Vegetarian and Gluten Free are recipes we are always working on. All vegetarian items are prepared using separate utensils than non vegetarian items.
Using Nonnina's secret family recipe, our Ragu Arancini are the most traditional of all Arancini. Filled with Nonnina's ragu sauce that includes beef, carrots, celery, peas, cheese, saffron rice and, did we say cheese?
Zia Giusepena's favorite, a traditional recipe found all over Sicily, this Arancino includes prosciutto-cotto, 3 different types of cheese.
*vegetarian option available
This Arancino features Nonnina's Mushroom Risotto recipe and optional truffle salt.
Made with California Pistachios, this creamy pistachio sauce with a variety of cheeses make up this Arancino's irresistible savory center, you will be both pleased and surprised by this unique traditional Arancino recipe.
Breaking tradition, we created Buffalo Balls. At the center of this Arancino, we have baked chicken breast, sautéed in our spicy buffalo wing sauce, we add Pepper Jack and Parmesan cheese before coating it with a crust created with Flamin' Hot Cheetos™. You will love this creation of a savory but a little spicy Arancino.
*Available with a side of Blue Cheese dressing, carrots, and celery sticks.
Inspired by the early birds at Farmer's Markets, the Breakfast Ball features scrambled eggs, and 3 kinds of cheese. The Breakfast Ball is the perfect Arancino to enjoy while shopping for local produce, or watching your grandkid ride the ponies.
This Pesto arancini features Nona's pesto recipe. Nona often makes Pesto with her grandchildren using fresh organic basil from our family garden. This recipe includes organic basil often purchased from farmer's markets about Los Angeles.
Norma, enjoyed by many vegetarians in Sicily. This Arancino has Eggplant, tomato, basil, and ricotta salata, a family recipe shared with us by Cugina Roberta.
Nero Di Seppia is a Squid Ink risotto Arancino stuffed with shrimp, scallops, tomatoes, and cheese. This Arancini recipe is derived from Zia Marisa's Nero di Seppia pasta recipe. No trip to Sicily is complete without a dinner sitting at Zia Marisa's table for her Nero Di Seppia. Grazie Zia Marisa!
We use a homemade Louisiana family recipe for this Macaroni and Cheese filled Arancino with even more cheese at it's gooey center.
Okay, here is where some real food and culture fusion happens. This Cajun inspired Arancino is filled with a Louisiana family recipe of Crawfish Étouffée with a creamy Pepper Jack cheese center. A little bit of Sicily, a little bit of Cajun Country.
Arancini stuffed with Louisiana Boudin and creamy Pepper Jack cheese center. PooYei!
*Boudin is a Louisiana pork sausage made with rice, onions, celery, herbs and spices.
Cotoletta is a slice of meat, coated in breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese, then fried or baked.
A small twist to Nonnina's Cotoletta recipe, baked, oil free, Cotoletta strips! Can be enjoyed as is or dipped in marinara sauce.
2 of our signature cotoletta strips on rustic bread with marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese.
This pizza, in Sicily, is known as The Sicilian. Created using special pizza dough recipe in the shape of a calzone, filled with cheeses, and offered with or without anchovies then fried.
*Dad's favorite was with anchovies.
Baked eggplant is the crust, topped with our marinara sauce, provolone cheese, tomato, fresh basil and a little olive oil. When we tried this non traditional version of pizza, it was so good, we had to include it. Inspired by a recipe featured on Women Of Today.
Available for catering events. All of your favorite Neapolitan and Sicilian styled wood fired pizzas. Prepared on location with a variety of traditional toppings, in a wood fired brick oven.
Just like what Sache made for my wedding in Giarre, a traditional Cannoli filled with sweet ricotta cheese and chocolate chips, then dusted with powdered sugar.
A sweet vanilla infused rice Arancino with a Nutella™ filled center. Dusted with cinnamon sugar.
•Offered with or without seasonal fruits and berries.
*dusted with powdered sugar
The Siciliana pizza except, instead of cheese, this Sicilian is filled with Nutella™ and seasonal fruits and/or berries.
aka Italian Doughnuts.
Pastries made of dough, fried and covered with powdered sugar.
There are as many Zeppole recipes as there are dialects, this is Nonnina's recipe using rice, flower, honey, orange zest, and orange juice.
Our Commercial kitchen also creates products with peanuts, tree nuts, hazelnuts, pine nuts, almonds, soy, milk, eggs and wheat. While we take steps to minimize the risk of cross contamination, we cannot guarantee that any of our products are safe to consume for people with peanut, tree nut, soy, milk, egg or wheat allergies.
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"A celebration of Sicilian and Italian Street Foods"
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