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A simple and quick, no knead version of focaccia that works every time. Can be flavored with herb or other seasoning or enjoyed plain.
Choose a pan. A 13x9 pan results in thicker focaccia that can be sliced for panini. Using a half- sheet pan results in a thinner, crispier bread suitable for serving with pasta and other dishes.
Mix up water, yeast, salt, olive oil and flour.
Beat on high for 1 minute. Hold on to your mixer as it can dance a bit. :)
Oil 13x9 pan with cooking spray, or vegetable oil. Olive oil might burn in the oven.
Remove dough from paddle.
Move dough into prepared pan.
Spread dough out in prepared pan. Wet hands to make it a bit easier.
Cover and let dough rise for 60 minutes or until puffy.
Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees
Punch down dough, drizzle with olive oil, basil, oregano, onion powder, parmiaggiano cheese or whatever you prefer.
Punched down and seasoned bread
Into the oven
Bake for 35-40 minutes
Golden brown and delicious after 35 minutes. Move immediately to cooling rack to keep a crisp crust.
A warm slice to have with dinner.
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Made this earlier this week to use for pesto and mozzarella grilled cheese. The focaccia was so good that I'm making more today! Thanks for this super easy guide!!
Thank you for the kind words. I love sharing the coolest stuff I can find and it warms my heart when someone has a great experience with it, too. Pass it along to friends and family that might enjoy it.
This was the most beautiful and delicious focaccia! Really easy and really good. Thank you for sharing :)
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Very cool, Julie! Glad you liked it! We had paninni tonight with it after having it with a dinner salad last night.
First day on SnapGuide, bread just cooling out of the oven. Super yum-yum! Thanks :)
Great! Let me know what you think.
Warm water (not boiling)
Extra virgin olive oil ( plus extra for drizzling)
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