Tacchino is the Italian word for turkey, a large domesticated bird whose flesh of are used for food. Tacchino is usually roasted whole with stuffing or filling, as in Arrosto di tacchino ripieno, however, breast meat can be used to cook different kinds of dishes

Tacchino is pronounced "tahk-kee-noh"

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