POPSUGAR Food Orzo Orzo Definition: Orzo by partysugar 9/25/07 4 Shares Like us on Facebook Orzo When translated from Italian, orzo literally means barley. However it is actually a type of pasta. Smaller than a pine nut, this rice shaped pasta makes a wonderful ingredient in soups and salads. Source Read More OrzoRiceItalianPastaDefinition Get inspired with our daily newsletter Vegetarian Tech Food Home DIY Love and Sex Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. Atiyah 7 years I love orzo also; I boil it in chicken broth and add parmesan cheese. YUMMYYY lexichloe 7 years Love, love orzo...I find that I order it, and make it at home. You can experiment so much w/ orzo, cold, hot, spicy, bland, it's all good. PJ-PJ-PJ 7 years I just bought a box or orzo for the very first time. I'm going to use it in a stuffed pepper dish. Food 7 years this is one of my favorite pastas! I don't eat it often, but occasionally it makes for a great side dish.