Useful Italian cooking words

Useful Italian cooking words

cooking words

 

Hi guys and welcome back to my blog! in this post I’ll teach you some useful Italian cooking words! It will help you to dive into our tasty and colorful culture! You’ll be able, once in Italy, to be more confident and face everykind of situations both in Italian markets and restaurants! 


 

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Acciuga: Anchovy

Aceto Balsamico: Balsamic vinegar

Affumicato: Smoked

Agrodolce: Sweet and sour

Al Dente: Italians cook pasta “al dente,” which means “to the tooth,” meaning that it still has a little bite

Al Forno: In the oven

All’aglio e Olio: A dish with this name is made with garlic and oil

Arrabbiata: A tomato sauce flavored with chili to make it spicy

Biscotti: Cookies

Bistecca: Steak

Bocconcini: Means a bite-sized piece of food

Brodo: Soup

Burro: Butter

Contorno: Vegetable side dish


Take a look at my e-book Crash Italian for Holidays!

It’s available on Amazon and will help you to survive in Italy and avoid awkward situations!


Crostini: Toasted bread like a crouton

Frittata: An open-face omelet

Frutti di Mare: Seafood

Minestra: Soup

Peperoncino: A hot chili pepper

Polpetta: Meatball

Polpo: Octopus

Pomodoro: Tomato

Porchetta: Spit-roasted, whole suckling pig

Ripieno: A stuffing or filling

Sformato: A molded dish, sweet or savory

Soffrito: A mixture of chopped vegetables

Spiedino: A skewer, as in skewered, grilled meats


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