Spianata, Schiacciata, S-ciazêda, Spianeta, Scaciata, Scacigna

Spianata is a traditional Italian flatbread that originated in the Emilia-Romagna region. It is known by various names such as Schiacciata, S-ciazêda, Spianeta, Scaciata, and Scacigna. This delicious bread can be found in several towns and communes of Emilia-Romagna, including Bologna, Modena, Parma, and Ravenna.

In Bologna, you can find Spianata at local bakeries such as Panificio Zanarini and Panificio Gino Fabbri. In Modena, it is available at Panificio Bertozzi and Panificio Bonci. Parma offers Spianata at Panificio La Pasticceria and Panificio La Fornace. In Ravenna, you can find it at Panificio La Fornarina and Panificio La Dolce Vita.

Spianata is a versatile bread that can be enjoyed in various ways. It can be used as a base for sandwiches, filled with cured meats, cheeses, and vegetables. One popular recipe is Spianata Romagnola, which includes prosciutto, stracchino cheese, and arugula. Another delicious option is Spianata with Mortadella, a classic combination of the bread with the famous Italian cold cut.

Spianata has received the PAT (Traditional Agri-Foodstuffs) recognition, which is a certification given to traditional Italian food products. The specifications for Spianata include using specific ingredients such as flour, water, yeast, salt, and olive oil. The bread should be baked in a wood-fired oven and have a characteristic flat shape with a slightly crispy crust.

– “Spianata Romagnola” – www.giallozafferano.it
– “Spianata Romagnola: la ricetta originale” – www.cucchiaio.it
– “Spianata Romagnola” – www.ricettedalmondo.it