Can I Eat It? is pleased to announce that the 10 winners of the retweet competition that closed at midnight on 23rd October 2013 are: @clive_antony (we are still trying to contact Clive. Does anyone know him?
Can I Eat It? Retweet Riso Gallo Risotto RIce, Apron & Timer Competition is now closed
Can I Eat It?, food and drink app and blog for savvy shoppers, has teamed up with Riso Gallo, the Italian rice people. End of. They have been producing their world famous rice for six generations and their Arborio, Carnaroli & Vialone Nano risotto rice – is the best money can buy. We are giving ten lucky winners the chance to win six packets of Riso Gallo rice, so they can experience the differing attributes that make them more suitable for different types of recipes. Plus, a sought after Riso Gallo apron and timer! To enter click here, follow us on Twitter and give our competition tweet a retweet – good luck!
Can I Eat It? RT Riso Gallo Risotto Rice Competition rules: This is a free, no purchase necessary, RT twitter competition that’s open to all UK residents. Can I Eat It? / Riso Gallo Risotto Rice competition’s retweets on twitter will be accepted until midnight on 23rd October 2013. The six winners will be chosen by the Can I Eat It? Team on 24th October. Each winner will receive six packets of risotto rice, 2 packets of Riso Gallo Vialone Nano, 2 packets of Riso Gallo Carnaroli & 2 packets of Riso Gallo Arborio and an apron and timer. The winners will be notified by twitter within two weeks of the winners being chosen. The Can I Eat It? Team’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. To enter click here, follow us on Twitter and give our competition tweet a retweet – good luck!
Each winner will receive a six packets of risotto rice: two packets of Riso Gallo Vialone Nano, two packets of Riso Gallo Carnaroli & two packets of Riso Gallo Arborio and a Riso Gallo apron and timer.
Vialone Nano is a short plump rice that has the ability to soak up two to three times its weight in liquid and like the Arborio rice it still presents that desirable ‘al dente’ bite when cooked. Works well for light creamy fish based risotti.
Carnaroli is often labelled as long grain risotto rice, but it’s still classified as short grain rice. The preferred choice by many chefs as it has a low stickiness which helps the rice hold its shape while still having the ability to absorb flavours. Delivers the best presentation and works well for both vegetable and meat risotti.
Arborio rice has a plump stubby grain and a high starch content that gives it the ability to absorb sauces and condiments which in turn produces a creamy risotto with an ‘al dente’ bite. Works well for traditional vegetable risotti.
Can you eat it? All the risotto rice is: Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Vegan & Vegetarian friendly.
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Riso Gallo Vialone Nano Risotto Rice
Want short plump rice that has the ability to soak up two to three times its weight in liquid and still presents an ‘al dente’ bite when cooked? Put a pack of Vialone Nano in the trolley. Tasted by Martin Isark
Riso Gallo Carnaroli Risotto Rice
Want risotto rice that delivers the best ‘on the plate’ presentation? If the price and size fits put a pack of Carnaroli in the trolley. Tasted by Martin Isark
Riso Gallo Arborio Risotto Rice
Arborio is the classic risotto rice, not as plump as Carnaroli risotto rice when cooked, but if you want to make a traditional vegetable risotto – it is the one to use. Put it in the trolley. Tasted by Martin Isark