Glossary U

Uova e pancetta is the Italian term translated as "eggs and bacon", usually eaten at breakfast.

Uovo sbattuto is the Italian term for beaten or scrambled egg

Uovo sodo is the Italian term for boiled egg or Hard boiled egg

Uovo di anatra is the Italian term for "duck egg"

Uovo di Pasqua is the Italian term for "Easter egg"

Uovo di gallina is the Italian term for hen egg or egg of hen, female chicken or fowl

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