These mini Ciabattas are soft and airy inside, with that perfect crunchy, crackly crust.
Ciabatta is a rustic Italian bread that is made from wheat flour, water, olive oil, Salt and yeast. The name means “slipper” in Italian and refers to its elongated, broad, and flat shape. Ciabatta can form into long rectangles or small squares or rolls; either way, it has a crisp and chewy crust with an airy, hole filled interior.
The soft, chewy texture and honeycomb holes make ciabatta perfect for dunking into soups or swiping up the sauce from a dinner plate. It also makes for a delicious sandwich bread filled with layers of cured meats, cheeses, and balsamic vinegar.