The Dirty Stall


Posted on: December 2, 2012

Ciabatta, or literally “slipper bread”, is very simply an elongated and broad Italian bread. It has a chewy exterior crust and a soft, porous interior with lots of holes, great for making sandwiches.

Baking tends to require more exact measurements than cooking, so a weighing scale makes life much easier and accurate. And for a more traditional and complex flavour, it helps if you prepared a biga the night before to use.

What follows is a pictorial series on baking a ciabatta.


2 Responses to "Ciabatta"

This certainly looks much better than your no work bread hahaha.

Hahaha yeah I guess that’s the difference between work and no work

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