Quinoa To Sauté: Pronunciation Of 10 Commonly Used Foods And Culinary Term


Welcome to the world of culinary terms! Let's start with the basics: Quinoa (KEEN-wah). A versatile grain packed with protein and nutrients.


Next up, sauté (soh-TAY). A cooking technique where food is quickly fried in a small amount of oil over high heat. Perfect for veggies and meats.


Moving on to the popular avocado (ah-voh-KAH-doh). A creamy fruit that's great for guacamole or topping off your toast. Pronounce it right!


Don't forget about hummus (HOOM-uhs). A dip made from chickpeas, tahini, and spices. Perfect for snacking or spreading on sandwiches.


Now let's talk about quiche (KEESH). A savory pie filled with eggs, cheese, and various ingredients. Great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.


Up next, croissant (kruh-SAHNT). A flaky, buttery pastry that originated in France. Perfect for a sweet or savory breakfast treat.


Moving on to the popular sushi (SOO-shee). A Japanese dish made with vinegared rice, seafood, and vegetables. Don't forget the wasabi!


Let's not forget about the classic spaghetti (spuh-GET-ee). A type of pasta that pairs well with a variety of sauces and toppings. Buon appetito!


Now for a sweet treat, macaron (mah-kah-ROHN). A delicate French cookie made with almond flour and filled with ganache or buttercream.


Last but not least, bruschetta (broo-SKEH-tuh). A popular Italian appetizer made with toasted bread, tomatoes, and herbs. Now you're a pro!