Definition of stifado in English:

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stifado

Pronunciation: /stɪˈfɑːdəʊ/

noun

[mass noun]
A Greek dish of meat stewed with onions and sometimes tomatoes.
Example sentences
  • My favourite dish is stifado, though kleftiko runs a close second.
  • From traditional starters, such as tsatsiki, to mouth-watering Greek specialities, including spicy-sausage spetzofai and stifado, a lamb or rabbit stew, the Saily is paradise to the palate.
  • Cover and cook the stifado very gently for about three hours, adding extra liquid as necessary.

Origin

From modern Greek stiphado.

Words that rhyme with stifado

aficionado, amontillado, avocado, Bardo, Barnardo, bastinado, bravado, Colorado, desperado, Dorado, eldorado, incommunicado, Leonardo, Mikado, muscovado, Prado, renegado, Ricardo

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