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radicchio

Syllabification: ra·dic·chi·o
Pronunciation: /raˈdēkēˌō, rə-
 
/

Definition of radicchio in English:

noun (plural radicchios)

Chicory of a variety that has dark red leaves.
Example sentences
  • Add the radicchio, thyme, speck, prosciutto, and chicken stock and cook for another eight to ten minutes.
  • Place the apple slices firmly between the radicchio leaves.
  • If you want to continue exploring, toss curly endive, escarole, arugula or radicchio - all of which have a distinct flavour - to your green salad to add some bite.

Origin

Italian.

Words that rhyme with radicchio

Sergio • Tokyointaglio

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