If you want to make this recipe a little lighter, simply don't add the butter.
Great with a nice leafy salad and/or a vegetable side-dish.
Chardonnay Poggio alle Fate Toscana IGT, Soave DOC or another dry white wine of your choice. Sparkling white wine is a good pairing too.
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Native to China, black rice is now cultivated in Italy, in Pianura Padana too. Chinese emperors used to value it because of its nutritional and aphrodisiac properties - this variety was therefore called 'the forbidden rice'. Rich in fibre and phosphorous, as well as in calcium, iron, zinc and selenium, the black rice releases a delicate, aromatic perfume, something between sandalwood and freshly baked bread. Enjoy this original recipe, in which these tiny scented rice grains have a close encounter with crayfish, parmesan and a delicious 'liqueur'!