Translation:Crema al cioccolato
At the beginning of the lesson for food on the main screen, they give tips/notes:
Dish di ingredient: the ingredient is the main or only component of the dish, e.g. "succo di limone" (lemon juice). In this case the article is never used before the ingredient. Dish con ingredient: the ingredient is a visible component of the dish or used as garnish, e.g. "fragole con panna" (strawberries with cream). In this case a definite article can be used before the ingredient. Dish a ingredient: the dish has been flavored with the ingredient, or tastes like the ingredient, e.g. "gelato al cioccolato" (chocolate ice cream). In this case the definite article is mandatory before the ingredient, forming an articulated preposition with a.
I wonder why, in the lightbulb lesson you're referring to, why the 3rd one they said 'dish a ingredient' instead of 'dish al ingredient'. The first and second ones they show us are 'dish di' and 'dish con', so why didn't they put 'dish al'? Not only did I miss the 'l' in their example, I wrote it down without the 'l' in my 'Notes about Italian' notebook, and so I got multiple answers wrong before going back and double checking. I see how I messed up, missing the 'l' in their 'gelato al cioccolato' example. But I still am wondering why not 'dish al'?
Many languages have different words for these two things, English doesn't which might be confusing to native English speakers. 'Panna' is the white stuff that you make from milk (you let it stand around for a while and then the cream is at the top) while 'crema' is some dessert thing, no clue how to explain it in English.
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