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gremolata

Syllabification: gre·mo·la·ta
Pronunciation: /ˌɡreməˈlädə
 
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Definition of gremolata in English:

noun

A dressing or garnish made with chopped parsley, garlic, and grated lemon zest, served as an accompaniment to meat or fish.
Example sentences
  • A small haystack of gremolata (minced lemon zest, garlic and parsley) crowned the hearty dish.
  • Combine the gremolata ingredients and sprinkle over the stew just before serving.
  • So there will also be classics like osso bucco with gremolata and old favourites to which Singh has added some subtle, but interesting flavours.

Origin

Italian.

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