Scali bread

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Scali bread
Type Bread
Place of origin United States
Region or state Boston, Massachusetts
Main ingredients flour, water, yeast, sesame seeds
Cookbook: Scali bread  Media: Scali bread

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 It is a braided loaf that is covered in sesame seeds.[1][2] It was originally made by the Scali family of Boston, and is now a regional specialty.[3]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.