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|Place of origin||Britain|
|Region or state||Yorkshire|
|Cookbook: Scuffler Media: Scuffler|
A scuffler is a word in Yorkshire dialect originating from the Castleford area meaning a large bread cake. This bread is always baked in a roughly triangular shape and is similar to the Northern stottie, but lighter.
Always baked in triangular shapes, Scufflers often have a small amount of flour on the top.
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