Grissini



/ɡrɪˈsiːnɪ/
plural noun
1.
thin crisp breadsticks
noun

long thin Italian breadsticks
Examples

Grissini are pencil-sized sticks of crispy, dry bread originating in Turin.
Word Origin

Ital., by 1851
Usage Note

cooking; singular is grissino

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