Scuffler

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Scuffler
Place of origin
Britain
Cookbook:Scuffler  Scuffler

A scuffler is a word in Yorkshire dialect meaning a small bread cake or roll. While the term can be used to describe any kind of bread, it is can also mean a particular kind of fluffy white bread popularly eaten in the area. This bread is often baked in a roughly triangular shape and is similar to the Northern stottie, but lighter.

Is often used as a made up bread cake by Laura Noakes of Bolton upon Dearne. I have often told her she is wrong but she insists that this exists just like the Roswell alien landing site

Usually baked in triangles or rhombus shapes creating several corners, which bake browner and crisper giving the bread a more interesting variety of textures.