Suppa Quatta refers to Sardinia's favored appetizer made of layers of bread and cheese drowned in broth which is then oven-baked to create a thin golden crust. Suppa Quatta is particularly a favorite in Gallura, a region situated on the north-east side of the Island of Sardinia in Italy.

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