Braciola is the Italian term which means small size of meat, cutlet or chop of pork, veal, lamb. In southern Italy, bracciola or brasciola may refer to a stuffed roll of meat or fish similar to involtini. It is also known as bracioletta

Braciola/bracioletta is pronounced "brah-chyoh-lah"/"brah-chyoh-leht-tah"

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