Zimino refers to an Italian sauce from Genoa

made of minced greens, garlic and olive oil which is usually served with seafood.

Zimino also refers to a mix of tomatoes, olive oil, parsley, spinach or chard, and hot pepper used for braising. Zimino is pronounced "tsee-mee-noh". Examples of Zimino dishes are Seppie in Zimino, Calamari in Zimino, Zimino di Ceci and many others.

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