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arroz con pollo

[ ah-rawth kawn -paw-lyaw, ah-raws kawn -paw-yaw ]
/ ɑˈrɔθ kɔn ˈpɔ lyɔ, ɑˈrɔs kɔn ˈpɔ yɔ /
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noun

a Spanish dish of chicken cooked with rice, onions, and saffron, and sometimes tomatoes, often garnished with pimientos and peas.

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Origin of arroz con pollo

1935–40; <Spanish: rice with chicken
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