Coppia ferrarese

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Coppia ferrarese
Coppia Ferrarese.jpg
Place of originItaly
Region or stateFerrara
Main ingredientsflour, lard, malt, olive oil

Coppia ferrarese [ˈkɔppja ferraˈreːze] is a type of sourdough bread made with flour, lard, malt, and olive oil, and has a twisted shape.

It was first made around the 12th century in Ferrara, Italy. It has PGI status under European Law, which was obtained in 2001.[1]


  1. ^ Zhou, Weibiao; Hui, Y. H. (2014-06-04). Bakery Products Science and Technology. p. 701. ISBN 9781118791936. Retrieved 16 October 2014.