What’s That Called? (Foods You Have Been Pronouncing Incorrectly Until Now)

Our dinner tables and menu cards at the restaurant boast of exquisite international cuisines and don’t we all love eating them? But then there’s the moment when we have to place the order and we tend to fumble. Embarrassing, indeed!

Here we have a list of foods with their correct pronunciations*, it’s PepperTap to the rescue! Take a look:

Parmesan- (PAHR-muh-zahn)

Parmesan- (PAHR-muh-zahn)

Macaron-(Mak-uh-RUH)

Macaron-(Mak-uh-RUH)

Chipotle-(Chi-Poat-Lay)

Chipotle-(Chi-Poat-Lay)

Croissant-( “kwah-SAHN”; “KWAH-sawn”; “kruh-SAHNT”)

Croissant-( "kwah-SAHN"; "KWAH-sawn"; "kruh-SAHNT")

Tortillas-(Tohr-tee-yahs)

Tortillas-(Tohr-tee-yahs)

Jalapeno-(Hah-lah-peh-nyoh)

Jalapeno-(Hah-lah-peh-nyoh)

Bruschetta-(Broo-sket-Ah)

Bruschetta-(Broo-sket-Ah)

Raspberry-(Raz-Ber-EE)

Raspberry-(Raz-Ber-EE)

Ferrero Rocher-(Furrero-Ro-Shey)

Ferrero Rocher-(Furrero-Ro-Shey)

Zuchchini-(Zoo-KEE-nee)

Zuchchini-(Zoo-KEE-nee)

Quesadilla-(Key-suh-DEE -uh)

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*Regional pronunciations may vary.

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