Definition of Parmigiana in English:

Parmigiana

adjective

  • [postpositive] (of a dish) cooked or served with Parmesan cheese.

    ‘veal Parmigiana’
    • ‘The extensive menu offers lunch and dinner portions of Italian favorites such as lasagna, manicotti, ravioli, chicken Parmigiana and stuffed shells.’
    • ‘Veal Parmigiana is one of nearly a dozen ways to cook veal cutlet.’
    • ‘Most spaghetti, lasagna, and Parmigiana dishes run about 1,000 calories.’

Origin

Italian, feminine of Parmigiano of Parma.

Pronunciation:

Parmigiana

/Italian ˌparmiˈdʒana//ˌpɑːmɪˈdʒɑːnə/