How do you say "bruschetta, bruschette" in Italian?
How Do You Say "bruschetta, bruschette"?
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What is "bruschetta, bruschette"?
A ‘bruschetta’ *(f) is an open sandwich served on toasted or grilled bread which has been brushed with a little olive oil and rubbed with a garlic clove for flavour. The plural is bruschette. You can top it with tomatoes, roast vegetables or any other suitable ingredients. The plural is ‘bruschette’.
Saying ‘broo/SHEH/tah’ would be more or less correct if you were speaking German where ‘sch’ is pronounced like the ‘sh’ in English. But this is not a German word, it is an Italian word, and you no longer have any reason to mispronounce it.
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