[ soh-free-toh ]
/ soʊˈfri toʊ /
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(in Spanish, Latin American, and Caribbean cookery) a sauce of tomatoes, onion, garlic, peppers, etc.
Italian Cooking. soffritto.
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Origin of sofrito
First recorded in 1955–60; partly from Spanish sofrito, noun use of past participle of sofreír “to fry lightly”; partly from Italian soffritto “fried, browned”; see soffritto
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The key, my wife stresses, is to start with a nice, simple sofrito.Global markets climb as investors focus on bank earnings and Yellen testimony|Bernhard Warner|January 19, 2021|Fortune
There is an endless number of dishes that I can start with sofrito, olives will enhance it, or stand on their own as a nosh.