pignoli


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pi·gno·li

 (pēn-yō′lē)
pl.n.
Pine nuts.

[Italian, pl. of pignolo, pine nut, from pigna, pine cone, variant of pina, from Latin pīnea; see pineal.]

pignoli

The Italian term for pine nuts.
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Its name comes from the tool with which it's traditionally made, the pestle, used to crush the basil in a mortar along with salt, garlic, olive oil, Parmesan cheese and pignoli (pine nuts).
The seeds (pine nuts) are called piAones in Spanish and pinoli or pignoli in Italian.
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