Scali bread

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Scali bread
Place of originUnited States
Region or stateBoston, Massachusetts
Main ingredientsflour, water, yeast, sesame seeds

Scali Bread is an Italian style of bread made predominantly in the Boston, Massachusetts area. It is a braided loaf that is covered in sesame seeds.[1][2] It was originally made by the Scali family of Boston, and is now a regional specialty.[3]

A single loaf is called a Scala, and multiple loaves are called Scali.

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  1. ^ "For the Love of Scali Bread". King Arthur Flour.
  2. ^ "Regional Specialty: Scali Bread". the kitchn.
  3. ^ Fertig, Judith (2011). The Artisan Bread Machine: 250 Recipes for Breads, Rolls, Flatbreads and Pizzas. Robert Rose Incorporated. p. 148. ISBN 9780778802648.