Parmigiano-Reggiano [ˌparmiˈdʒaːno redˈdʒaːno] or simply Parmigiano, but please not Parmesan or, even worst, Parm.
FettuccinE [fettutˈtʃiːne] and linguinE [liŋˈɡwiːne], the final sound is not [i] but [e]
same for minestronE [minesˈtrone], and by the way, it is NOT red.
An Italian minestrone, ends with an [e] sound, and is greenish rather than red, can have pasta or rice, but not penne, fusilli or farfalle! Only small pasta, pastina (ditalini, maccheroncini, stelline...)
In conclusion: NOT like this:
Pasta e fagioli [‘pasta ‘e faˈdʒɔːli], for Heaven’s sake, NOT pasta fazool (???!!!), and again, NOT red, but brownish (surprise surprise: the color of fagioli borlotti)
(See also “I miss Italian food spelled and rponounced in the correct way – 1”
“I miss the creative way the Italians mispronounce English words – 1 – 2 – 3”