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abbacchio

Language: Italian

Description: Roman unweaned, milk-fed spring lamb, killed between 30 and 60 days old and weighing between 6.3-9 kg (14 to 20 lb). The meat is very tender and pale, almost like chicken. This is an Easter treat as the lambs reach the right age around that time. They are usually spit-roasted and the meat is always well done.


Pronounced: ahb-BAHK-kyoh
Gender: m
Ethnicity: Italian
Most frequent country: Italy
Also known as: agnellino di latte

See places: Italian food and cuisine

See foods and dishes: abbacchio aglio e aceto, abbacchio arrosto, abbacchio brodettato, abbacchio alla cacciatora, abbacchio e carciofi, abbacchio al forno con patate alla romana, abbacchio con olive all'abruzzese, abbacchio alla romana, abbacchio allo scottadita, abbacchio allo spiedo, agnello, animelle d'abbacchio, braciolette d'abbacchio, costoletta d'abbacchio alla griglia, lattonzolo

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