Definition of ciabatta
: a flat oblong bread having a moist interior and a crispy crust
Recent Examples of ciabatta from the Web
The smoky meat and the soft ciabatta provided the foundation.
Bistro on Board menu will include a protein bowl, a breakfast flatbread, a Thai-style chicken ciabatta sandwich, a tapas box and a kiddie snack box.
Also popular is the Double Porker featuring pork tenderloin with fried bacon, topped with beer cheese and served on a ciabatta bun with chips.
Asian-Hawaiian bánh mì-style sandwich sports an Angus beef burger with a slice of Spam, hot ghost pepper cheese, cool pickled vegetables, cilantro, lettuce and chipotle mayo on a ciabatta roll.
Head baker Alexander Roman, formerly of Floriole, sells whole loaves to go (multigrain, $7; whole wheat, durum wheat or rugbrod, $6; baguette or ciabatta, $4) at The Plant (1400 W. 46th St.) on bake days: Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Anna Caplan Special to the Star-Telegram A breakfast of poached egg with avocado, greens and ciabatta bread hit the spot at Hotel Emma’s restaurant, Supper.
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Origin and Etymology of ciabatta
Italian, literally, slipper
First Known Use: 1985See Words from the same year
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