saganaki

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Borrowing from Greek σαγανάκι (saganáki, literally little frying pan), diminutive form of σαγάνι (sagáni, double-handled pan), from Turkish sahan (dish, pan), from Arabic صَحْن (ṣaḥn).

cheese saganaki

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saganaki (uncountable)

  1. Any of various Greek dishes cooked in a small frying pan, especially an appetizer of pan-seared cheese.

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