Bruschetta, or Italian open sandwich, is a piece of rustic white toasted bread, grated with garlic, soaked in olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt.
Often it is supplemented with fresh vegetables, cheese, meat, ham. It is unlikely that they will be able to visit the country and not try the world-famous antipasti. Bruschetta in Italy is often served as a standard complement to lunch or dinner.
The Italians pronounce the word bruschetta as “bruschetta” (with an emphasis on the letter “e” and the slightly outstretched letter “t”).
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Paella and risotto are two characteristic dishes of two wonderful national cuisines: Spanish and Italian. True, this does not stop many tourists from confusing them, because both dishes are prepared on the basis of rice. And someone even believes that they are only European varieties of pilaf. So let’s see how the risotto differs from paella and what is the difference between them.
Paella – Spanish, Risotto – Italian
The history of the main national Spanish dish dates back hundreds of years. It is believed that the “prototype” of modern paella was first prepared in the 15th century, although many of its recipes are found in cookbooks from the 13th century. And historians are not tired of claiming that a similar food Continue reading
Jews take breakfast seriously. In their opinion, a morning meal should be tasty, satisfying and varied. What do they prefer to eat for breakfast in Israel?
Israeli breakfast features
A traditional Jewish breakfast has its own rules. For example, in the morning in Israel it is not customary to serve meat, but you can eat dairy products, eggs, pastries, salads, fish and various spreads. The fact is that Jews do not eat dairy and meat dishes at the same time. In the morning, cheeses and cottage cheese are traditionally served, so meat is excluded. Continue reading