Easy Focaccia Recipe


If you are looking for an easy bread recipe that doesn’t require too many ingredients or fancy gadgets, this recipe for Focaccia is the one for you. This rustic Italian bread is perfect as an appetizer served with dipping oil, a side to your favorite pasta dish or as delicious sandwich bread. Focaccia — very versatile, very delicious!
Printable Recipe: http://showmethecurry.com/breads/focaccia-easy-bread-recipe.html

20 comments

  1. Screw the critics about the pronunciation! That is irrelevant. What is relevant is how you made this Italian bread that my grandmother used to make. It was nice of you to take the time and create a video on how to make it. I will be attempting to follow this recipe shortly. Thanks for sharing! Cheers.

  2. that is NOT how you pronounce it! if you’re going to take the trouble to create a video at least know how to pronounce focaccia (it’s “focachia” like chia seeds not “focashia”). you have to use all fingers to create the dimples, not poke single fingered holes into it and you need to drizzle high quality olive oil on top of the baked focaccia – you are butchering this beautiful bread as badly as you’re pronouncing it! you should stick with what you know! showmethecurry! (ps. you never put jalapenos on focaccia as you suggested)

  3. Just now took the bread out of the oven and had a piece with pepperoni. 
    Lovely texture. Somewhat of a cross between focaccia and a really good old fashion southern biscut. Not the focaccia I am use to. But still very very nice. 

  4. I made this today! I OMG such an amazing and EASY recipe!! My bf loves it!! The only thing I changed was I used italian seasoning witht the olive oil and I had to use about 1/4 cup more flour than the 5 cups. Taste soooooo amazing!!! THANK YOU for sharing!!

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