Think of a sformato as a little like a cross between a dense soufflé and a crustless quiche. The term literally means ‘unmoulded’ in Italian, which doesn’t sound half as romantic when you translate it. It can be made with all sorts of vegetables and makes a really impressive vegetarian main course.
The foreign terms that can't be translated to English
In Indonesia, people are Jayus if they laugh at a joke that is so unfunny and poor that one cannot help but laugh and in Italy people use coasters to ensure they don't leave a Culaccino on the coffee table - a wet ring where the glass has been #language #xl8 #infographic