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[mass noun] A Greek dish consisting of lamb marinated with lemon juice and herbs and cooked slowly in a sealed container.
- ‘The menu features Greek classics such as Moussaka (a mince and aubergine lasagne-type dish), Spanakopita (spinach and feta parcels) and Kleftiko (lamb shanks).’
- ‘My favourite dish is stifado, though kleftiko runs a close second.’
- ‘For a memorable main course, there is a wonderful lamb and vegetable concoction - kleftiko - topped with melted cheese or grilled swordfish steaks.’
- ‘Meat specialties include moussaka, kleftiko (a lamb dish) and stifado - an aromatic beef stew.’
- ‘There is also a restaurant attached, and the speciality is kleftiko, a slow-roasted Greek lamb dish.’
Greek klephtiko, from klephtikos relating to the klephts (see klepht).
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