Try risotto Milanese#19 of 29 things to do in Milan
Now it is served in any of the restaurants around Milan, it consists of wine, bone marrow, Carnaroli rice and, of course, saffron.
You need to taste an unusual saturated yellow rice with saffron and wine only in its homeland.
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