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[mass noun] A dish consisting of rolled pieces of veal or poultry cooked with herbs, bacon, and other flavourings:[with modifier] ‘the veal saltimbocca with its sage and prosciutto had the edge on flavour’
- ‘Other Bijou main courses are made up of traditional winter warmers such as saltimbocca, roasted loin of lamb, roasted rabbit and guinea fowl.’
- ‘The saltimbocca alla romana is astonishing, the veal, prosciutto and sage explode on the tongue. The fragole di bosco are exquisite, possibly the best wild strawberries in the world.’
- ‘It was Julia who found for us the cool, quiet haven of an oak-timbered Italian restaurant, where I cured my headache with Barolo and saltimbocca.’
- ‘The second course was from a selection of eight entrées (e.g., saltimbocca alla Romana).’
- ‘His wife said he enjoys cooking all kinds of Italian food but his speciality is meat dishes such as saltimbocca and steaks, which he prepares himself.’
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