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  1. Maya Papaya New Member

    I'm trying to follow one tomato soup recipe and I don't know how to translate ciabatta -and maybe it's an important ingredient for the soup-. Does anybody help me, please? The sentence is this "I’ve used crusty ciabatta rolls and fragrant, silky Fontina cheese".
    Thank you and have a nice time!!!
    : gastronomy
  2. Miguel Antonio Senior Member

    Galego (Rías Baixas)
    Ciabatta es una palabra de origen italiano y que en español se traduce por "chapata". Es un tipo de pan.


  3. talshanir Senior Member

    San Jose, California
    Argentina Spanish
    Hola y bienvenida/o:

    Ciabatta es un tipo de pan. Tiene como harina encima.

    Acá tienes un enlace que te muestra el pan:


    Suerte y buen provecho!
  4. Sandym Senior Member

    Spanish Modern Sort
    cuernitos, medias lunas
  5. borgonyon

    borgonyon Modus Vivendi

    Shreveport, Louisiana
    Mexican Spanish
    No son cuernitos ni medias lunas, es un pan diferente.Como señaló Miguel Antonio, se le conoce como chapata.

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