orzo
orzo orzo n. (Cookery) Pasta shaped like pearls of barley; frequently prepared with lamb in Greek cuisine. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • orzo — òr·zo s.m. 1. AD cereale simile al frumento, la cui cariosside è utilizzata nella preparazione della birra, come foraggio e, unita ad altre granaglie, come succedaneo del caffè o, oppportunamente trattata, nella preparazione di zuppe e minestre | …   Dizionario italiano

  • Orzo — Pasta de colores orzo. Orzo (del latín hordeum) es una pasta típica de la cocina italiana y es empleada también en Estados Unidos. Se trata de una pasta con forma de granos de arroz, aunque ligeramente más grandes: el tamaño está entre un… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Orzo — Kritharáki (griechisch κριθαράκι, türkisch arpa sehriye, der Diminutiv von Krithari = Gerste) sind kleine Nudeln in Getreidekorn bzw. Reisform, die häufig Verwendung in der Griechischen Küche finden. bunte Kritharaki (Münze zum Größenvergleich)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • orzo — noun Etymology: Italian, literally, barley, from Latin hordeum more at orgeat Date: circa 1929 rice shaped pasta …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • orzo — /awr zoh/, n. pasta in the form of small ricelike grains. [ < It: lit., barley < L hordeum; cf. GORSE, ORGEAT] * * * …   Universalium

  • orzo — noun a form of pasta the size and shape of grains of rice or barley; often used in soups …   Wiktionary

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