waterkers

Italian translation: nasturzio, crescione

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Dutch term or phrase:waterkers
Italian translation:nasturzio, crescione
Entered by: Simo Blom
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19:37 Dec 1, 2010
Dutch to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
Food & Drink / menù
Dutch term or phrase: waterkers
Gegrilde zwaardvis met saus van *waterkers*.

Il termine è sul dizionario, come nasturzio, ma mi chiedevo se gastronomicamente l'italiano parla più di 'crescioni acquatici/d'acqua', o se usa qualche altro termine ? Grazie !
Simo Blom
Finland
Local time: 17:53
nasturzio
Explanation:
nasturzio giusto in cucina

http://cucina.corriere.it/ricette/pasta-ce/24/fettuccine-asp...
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sigune
Local time: 16:53
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Grazie a tutti !
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nasturzio


Explanation:
nasturzio giusto in cucina

http://cucina.corriere.it/ricette/pasta-ce/24/fettuccine-asp...

sigune
Local time: 16:53
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Grazie a tutti !

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agree  missdutch: Ok, però si usa di più "crescione"./Lasciamo entrambi da inserire nel glossario; più spiegazioni ci sono, meglio è. Doei doei!
25 mins
  -> crescione e meglio e piu usato, da scancelare i nasturzi
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