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Ham and cheese focaccia

Ham and cheese focaccia

Ham and cheese focaccia

I may not be writing any posts lately, but every time I go though all the recipes I’ve posted on this blog I feel like home. The passion and love for food it’s something that can be described, you can just feel it. Let’s hope you feel the same when you cook this great focaccia. You can use as a side or as I do as a light lunch

  • 500 gr of bread flour
  • 1 cup or warm water
  • 30 gr of fresh yeast
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 pinch of sugar
  • 50 gr of olive oil
  • 4 slices of ham
  • 4 slices of your favourite cheese (I’ve used cheddar in the one in the picture)

Put the four in a bowl or in your food processor with the kneading attachment and add the salt and the oil without starting working on it just yet. Melt your fresh east with the cup of warm water and add the sugar...

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Tomato Focaccia

Tomato Focaccia

Tomato Focaccia

Hello Cyberspace!

It’s been a while since my last post, in the meanwhile I’ve started a new job, I’ve been in Italy for my mum birthday and I’ll go back there in a few weeks for my birthday… an important one… I’ll be 30. It’s quite a scary one, when you turn 30 you should be wiser, but Am I? I don’t know, but for now I know that this morning I woke up with a Focaccia crave… so I’ve baked one!

If you need one too you need:

  • 500 gr of bread flour
  • 1 cup or warm water
  • 30 gr of fresh yeast
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 pinch of sugar
  • 50 gr of olive oil
  • 4 spoonful of tomato sauce
  • Oregano
 Put your flour in a large bowl or in your food mixed and add in the middle the warm water where you have melted the fresh yeast. Mix all together with the sugar, the salt and the oil.
If your dough is too...
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Focaccia with cappers

Focaccia with cappersI was inspired by the recipe from yesterday and the I started kneading my dough for this special Focaccia with a very welcome guest, some cappers!

  • 500 gr of bread flour
  • 1 cup or warm water
  • 25 gr of fresh yeast
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 pinch of sugar
  • 50 gr of olive oil
  • 2 teaspoons of cappers
 Put your flour in a large bowl or in your food mixed and add in the middle the warm water where you have melted the fresh yeast. Mix all together with the sugar, the salt and the oil.
If your dough is too crumbly just add some more water or if it’s too soft add just a bit of flour.
Knead it for 10-15 minutes and let it rise for 1 hour in a warm place in your kitchen.
Now stetch the dough in a backing tray greased with some olive oil...
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