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15:51 Mar 25, 2004
Spanish to Portuguese translations [Non-PRO]
Cooking / Culinary
Spanish term or phrase: Figazza y figazzita
Figazza x 8060 g. , Figazzita de salvado x 288 Un.
Figazzita de Manteca x 11060 g. , Figazzitas de Manteca x 288 Un.
Descongelar a temperatura ambiente durante 45 a 55 minutos. Estibar con forma tradicional de Figazzita (alargadas o redondas).

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4 +1Pão árabe ou Pita y figazzita
Margarida Cláudio
2pão de hamburguer
Marcelo Fogaccia

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Pão árabe ou Pita y figazzita

Figazza é de certeza pão árabe, embora cá em Portugal usemos também o termo Pita.
figazzita é pão também, mas não faço ideia qual a tradução correcta

Margarida Cláudio
Local time: 00:29
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese

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agree  Henrique Magalhaes: É melhor deixar na s/ forma original q. creio ser italiana...
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pão de hamburguer

Se for o que está nesta foto: http://www.suconfiteria.com.ar/panaderia/Fig.deManteca.jpg,
aqui no Brasil é "pão de hamburguer".

Marcelo Fogaccia
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