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caprese

[ kuh-prey-zey, ‐zee ]
/ kəˈpreɪ zeɪ, ‐zi /
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adjective (sometimes initial capital letter)
prepared with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil leaves and drizzled with olive oil: a caprese salad;caprese sandwiches;pizza caprese.
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Origin of caprese

<Italian: of or in the style of Capri
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