How To Pronounce 'Nocciole'?
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How to pronounce nocciole and gianduja in Italian
'Nocciole' *(f) is the Italian word for 'hazelnuts' (filberts). The singular is nocciola. A spread made with hazelnuts and chocolate is called gianduja also spelled 'gianduia'. A well-known commercial example of gianduja is Nutella. Remember, there is no 'j' in Italian, so the 'j' sounds like an 'i' turned 'y' (like in ' trivia').
Remember, there is no 'j' in Italian, so the 'j' in gianduja sounds like an 'i' turned 'y' (like in ' trivia'). You pronounce gianduja djan:DOO:yah. You may also come across gianduiotto, gianduiotti (singular, plural) which are large chocolates resembling an upturned boat containing hazelnuts. The pronunciation is djan:doo:YOT:toh (tee)
Gianduja is said to have been invented in Turin in Piedmont, Italy.
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