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Scaccia

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Scaccia

Scaccia with tomato and scaccia with ricotta cheese and onion

The scaccia (plural: scacce, also known as focaccia ragusana) is a Sicilian specialty, typical of the province of Ragusa. It is a type of stuffed flat bread made with a very thin rectangular layer of dough, folded on itself three or four times. It could be stuffed in different ways, the more common variations are ricotta cheese and onion, cheese and tomato, tomato and onion, tomato and eggplant, depending on location, taste or season.[1][2]

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Further reading

  • Franco Bucchieri, Emanuela Distefano and Francesco Tidona. Antiche ricette negli Iblei. 2003.

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