One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Any of various dishes of Spanish or Latin American origin, made with ground or minced meat; specifically a spiced hash, popular in Central America and Cuba, typically made with peppers and other vegetables.
Late 19th century. From Spanish picadillo hash, minced meat from picado (adjective) minced + -illo, diminutive suffix.
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