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braciola

Syllabification: bra·ci·o·la
Pronunciation: /ˌbräCHēˈōlə, bräˈCHō-
 
/

Definition of braciola in English:

noun

A thin slice of beef or other meat wrapped around a filling and cooked in wine.
Example sentences
  • On medium heat brown braciola on all sides, and remove from pan.
  • I found that the flavors melded together nicely, and the braciola tasted even better the second day.
  • Serve with a side of penne pasta in the same sauce as braciola along with a glass of red wine.

Origin

Italian.

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