A traditional Neapolitan Easter pastry. It uses "grano cotto" - literally, "cooked grain" - which is cooked wheat. You could substitute cooked arborio rice if you can't find the grano cotto; try an Italian specialty deli. The rice is listed first in the ingredients in order to generate nutrition information, but the grana cotto is definitely preferred! This recipe is adapted from Gina DePalma's recipe posted at Serious Eats. She notes that this is a fairly adult dessert - not too sweet, with unusual and subtle flavors.