A Quick Overview Of How To Say Pannacotta
'Pannacotta' is a well-known Italian dessert made with cooked (cotta) cream (panna) set with gelatine. 'Panna' is the Italian word for 'cream' - so if you mean 'dairy cream' don't use 'crema' which means 'custard', or the foam on top of an espresso.
Another word which sounds similar, but is completely unrelated is 'Pancotto' which is a type of soup. Please click on the links for pronunciation details and more information about each word.
Pannacotta is an Italian word, so the stress falls on the penultimate (second to last) syllable: pahn/nah/KOHT/tah