Does anyone know of a good recipe for this bread? Sciachatta? not quite sure of the spelling pronounced (sky-cha-ta). Thanks!
I would like to share my recipe for Schiacciata con uva
Grape Bread (Schiacciata con uva)
2-3/4 to 3 cups unbleached flour
1 pkg. active dry yeast
1-cup lukewarm water (100-110 degrees)
Pinch of granulated sugar
Pinch of salt
1/2 lb. each of seedless red and green grapes (ripe)
¾ cup granulated sugar
Cinnamon for dusting
That looks sooo good! Now if my blood sugar would co-operate and stay down I might manage to make one!
I m brand new at this. I have Italian recipies that call for type "00" flour, What can I substitue with since in the US i cant find "00" flour?
Try This One:
Try any good Italian Market where you live as well.
Here's another one that was on "Yeast Spotting"- it looks really good, I had this on my "to-bake" list:
For anyone UK based, or, with access to Andrew Whitley's book, Breadmatters, he has been making this on many of his courses for a long time. Full details pp267-70.
It's a delicious bread, and a great concept: wine, raisins and grapes; devouring the same fruit from 3 consecutive annual harvests, in 3 different forms, in the same loaf!