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  • n. A broad, flat, white Italian bread.


From Italian ciabatta ("slipper, bread"). (Wiktionary)


  • The ciabatta is to die for - makes for incredible pesto sandwiches and panini.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • It can be shaped into a baguette or a boule or stretched into the shape called ciabatta.


  • My choice of bread to try from this book was the ciabatta which is Italian for slipper.

    Ciabatta Bread

  • (Incredibly, numerous bread companies obtained trademarks on names for breads that include the word ciabatta, a common enough Italian term meaning “slipper” that was unknown in this country before Carol Field published a recipe for a then-obscure regional bread.

    Half a Loaf

  • Then there are breads I've made before such as ciabatta, baguette etc.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • I suspect, given the extensibility of this dough it will "ciabatta" on me and just flatten out.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • Paninis start with quality bread, such as ciabatta rolls, focaccia or baguette, sliced open and filled with vegetables, cheese or meats. | news

  • While specialty breads like Italian focaccia or ciabatta, French baguettes, and Italian bread are delicious, as are sandwiches made on them, they tend to be calorie dense and fiber light.

    The Small Change Diet

  • I took some ciabatta bread, drizzled it with EVOO, and then broiled it for five minutes.

    Observations on D-land

  • Then .... bockwurst with lots of mustard, onions and potatoes in s-kraut juice, the s-kraut itself, and the ciabatta bread with browned Emmentaler.

    Observations on D-land


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