A very quick Focaccia

Focaccia Veloce

Focaccia Veloce

On my table it always have to be some bread. It’s good with pasta, with meat, with eggs, sometimes it,s event good with pizza! Having a job full time, and the family, and the gym and the blog it can happen that you forget to buy some, so what do you do in this situation? It’s easy! You bake a Focaccia, a quick one thou!

In your house you should never miss:

  • 500 gr of bread flour
  • 25 gr of fresh yeast
  • 1 cup and 1/2 do warm water
  • 20 gr of olive oil + a couple of tablespoons to put on top
  • 10 gr of sugar
  • 10 gr of salt
  • 1 teaspoon of dried rosemary for the topping
  • 2 teaspoon of salt for the topping
On your work top place your flour and dig a hole in the middle. In this hole put the water and melt the yeast. When ready add the oil, sugar and salt and start kneading with your hands. You need to work the dough for about 10 min. If too sticky add some flour, if too crumbly add some water. Just use your good sense. Let the dough rest for 10 min.
Preheat your oven at 200 degrees.
Roll out the dough with a tickness of 1/2 centimeter and place it on a tray with some oiled baking paper on.
Use your fingers to shape lots of little of craters on the surface of the Focaccia and sprinkle it with the rosemary and the salt.
Bake it for 25/30 min in a very hot oven and take it out when the surface is nicely golden and screams “eat meeee”!
Buon appetito
Diego
Xoxo

4 comments to A very quick Focaccia

  • Anita  says:

    Just wondering how you can change the gr. to cups/tsps./TBLS. Sounds interesting but can’t figure out how to make it. Hope you can help. My husband likes focaccia bread.

    • diegosulweb  says:

      Hi Anita! Your husband will love this one then! You will need 2 and half cups of flour, 3 tablespoon of salt and sugar and 1/4 cup of oil!
      I hope it helps, let me know how it goes!

      Diego
      Xoxo

    • diegosulweb  says:

      Hi Anita, I’ve done a Post on how to sort it out!

      • Anita  says:

        Thanks for the conversion! Hopefully I will be able to try it soon!

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