You say soffritto, I say sofrito: What's the difference?

03/20/2007

Whether you're preparing an Italian soffritto or a Spanish sofrito, you're likely starting with some combination of celery, onions, peppers and carrots, the building blocks of some of the world's most influential cuisines. This article features questions and answers about the ingredient variations of a number of signature world dishes.

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