Focaccia Bread

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Focaccia[1] [2] is a type of flat bread.

Makes 1 loaf.

Ingredients[edit]

Focaccia bread

Procedure[edit]

Combine and mix; 1 cup flour, sugar, salt, and yeast. Heat water and vegetable oil until warm; add to yeast mixture, also add the egg. Use an electric mixer mixer at low speed until moist. Beat for 2 additional minutes. Stir in half of the total, 1 3/4 cup flour, while beating, until the dough starts to pull away from the the side of bowl. Flour the counter surface and knead in 1 3/4 cup flour. Cover dough in a bowl with a clean towel. Let sit for 5 minutes. Grease a baking sheet. Roll out the dough on the baking sheet to 12-inch circle. Cover the circle with plastic wrap (greased) and a towel. For 30 minutes let this sit in a warm place. Unwrap the dough, and poke holes in it using a spoon handle at 1 inch intervals. Drizzle olive oil on dough, and sprinkle with crushed rosemary. Bake for 17 to 27 minutes at 400°F (205°C), until golden. Remove from baking sheet, and place on cooling rack.

References[edit]

  1. Lahey, Jim Espe (2009). my bread THE REVOLUTIONARY NO-WORK, NO-KNEAD METHOD. W.W. Norton & Company Ltd.. pp. 141. ISBN 9780393066302. 
  2. Brown, Edward Espe (1986). 25th Anniversary Edition the Tassajara Bread Book. Shambhala Publications, Inc.. pp. 153. ISBN 9781570620898. 


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