braciola

noun bra·ci·o·la \ ˌbrä-chē-ˈō-lə , -ˈchō-lə \
variants: or braciole play \-ˈō-ˌlā\

Definition of braciola

: a thin slice of meat wrapped around a seasoned filling and often cooked in wine

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Origin and Etymology of braciola

Italian, literally, slice of meat roasted over coals, from brace live coals, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Swedish brasa fire


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