Cannelloni

(Italian) Large pasta tubes,stuffed and served with tomato and cheese sauce.
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Cannelloni

Typical Italian food. The English term is often used in singular (cannellone), in particular when used as the name of the dish. In countries other than Italy, cannelloni are often referred to as `manicotti` o `maniche` (sleeves). Cannelloni (large reeds) are a cylindrical type of pasta generally served baked with a filling and covered by a sau...
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cannelloni

noun tubular pasta filled with meat or cheese
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Cannelloni

An Italian dish made of sheets or tubes of pasta filled with meat, cheese or fish, sauced and baked au gratin. Variations of this use thin pancakes, called crespelle, which are similar to crepes and are filled and cooked in the same manner as the pasta.
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Cannelloni

Cannelloni is an Italian dish consisting of large diameter tubular pieces of pasta filled with meat or cheese and usually topped with Bechamel sauce.
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cannelloni

[n] - tubular pasta filled with meat or cheese
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