Bocconcini

(Italian) Small balls of mozzarella.
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Bocconcini

Bocconcini (ˌbokɔnˈtʃiːni) (singular Bocconcino, ˌbokɔnˈtʃiːno) are small mozzarella cheeses the size of an egg. Like other mozzarellas, they are semi-soft, white and rindless unripened mild cheeses which originated in Napoli and were once made only from milk of water buffaloes. Nowadays they are usually made from a combination of water
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BOCCONCINI

Small fresh Mozzarella balls.
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Bocconcini

A term describing a traditional-size Fresh Mozzarella ball, weighing 1-3/4 ounces. Bocconcini translates from Italian to English meaning little mouthfuls.
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