Made or covered with Parmesan cheese: eggplant parmigiana. (adjective)
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Use "parmigiana" in a sentence
"The ability to simultaneously read Vernon Geberth and eat eggplant parmigiana is possibly a sign that I should have pursued that career in forensic anth after all, isn't it?"
"Lori Eanes for The Wall Street Journal A16 also serves eggplant parmigiana, above, and other Italian dishes that draw food-industry types to the restaurant."
"The only exception I make is when I'm going to fry them or want to roast them to a creamy softness, as in moussaka or parmigiana, because salting does seem to deter them from soaking up such a gargantuan amount of oil."