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British pronunciation/kˈalɐbɹˌiːz/
American pronunciation/kɑɫɑˈbɹeɪzi/

a dark green type of broccoli

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Calabrese definition and meaning

What is "Calabrese"?

Calabrese, also known as broccoli di Calabria, is a variety of broccoli that originated in southern Italy. It is characterized by its dark green, compact heads and thick stalks. Calabrese has a slightly milder and sweeter flavor compared to regular broccoli, making it a popular choice for stir-fries, salads, and steamed dishes. It is packed with nutrients, including vitamins A, C, and K, as well as dietary fiber. With its vibrant color and versatile nature, Calabrese adds both visual appeal and nutritional value to a variety of meals.

1He imagines himself as a chef, creating a masterpiece dish with Calabrese as the star ingredient.
2They often toss Calabrese into their salads for a fresh and nutritious boost.
3Could I try the Calabrese cheese?
4Top notes here are Calabrese citron and bergamot, Sicilian lemon, and myrtle.
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