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Aux Délices Orzo Salad

This salad is one of Debra’s best-sellers at her shop, and so many of her customers have asked for the recipe that she promised to includ...

by Debra Ponzek


Corsican Orzo Salad

A hands-down winner at picnics and barbecues, this Greek-inspired pasta salad is tangy and full of clean flavor. It tastes even better se...

by Debra Ponzek


Orzo with Peas and Mint

1. Cook orzo in plenty of boiling salted water 5 minutes; stir in peas. Cook until pasta is at dente, or firm to the bite, and the ...

by Marie Simmons


Spiced Orzo with Spinach

Orzo is a tiny soup pasta which looks similar to rice. It makes an ideal side dish for Mediterranean-style dishes.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Mediterranean Orzo Pilaf

I love risotto for its creaminess—but not on a weeknight. It just doesn’t work unless you stand over it like a schoolmarm. Orzo, on the o...

by Sara Moulton

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Herbed Lemon Orzo

Orzo is a petite pasta that looks like rice. In Italian it means “barley,” no doubt because its shape reminds Italians of a grain of cook...

by Sheila Lukins


Halibut Salad with Orzo and Black Olives

1 To prepare the fish, put the cubed halibut in a bowl and add the lemon zest, lemon juice, olive oil, mint sprigs, salt, and pepper....

by Georgeanne Brennan


Orzo, Edamame and Shrimp Sauté

Edamame with Italian-style Greek pasta (usually called riso in Italy), shrimp and Asian seasonings make for a lovely dish. It can be mad...

by Barbara Kafka and Christopher Styler


Ratatouille with Whole Wheat Orzo

Preheat oven to 450°F.Stir together eggplant, onions, half of the oil and salt in a large roasting pan, and then roast mixture in middle ...

by Jon Ashton


Humboldt Fog with Grilled Peaches and Orzo

WHAT COULD BE NICER THAN A BLUSHING PEACH? THE SUN-KISSED COLOR, THE TICKLISH feel of the fuzz, the sweet-as-sugarcane flavor. This simpl...

by Stephanie Stiavetti and Garrett McCord


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