This is a very good focaccia recipe.

Pour 1 1/2 C. of water in the bowl of your mixer. Add 1 T. of rapid rise yeast, 2 tsp. sea salt, 3 T. diced fresh rosemary and 3 T. olive oil.

Dice additional rosemary for sprinkling on top.

Beat in 3 C. of flour until you have a nice ball of dough. Place it in a greased bowl, cover and let rise until doubled.

Risen dough. Split it into two pieces.

Brush a cookie sheet with olive oil.

Spread the dough out on the cookie sheet and let it rest for a bit. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Brush with olive oil and indent by pushing your fingers into the dough. Sprinkle with cracked sea salt.

Bake for 25-30 minutes until it starts to turn golden. Remove and cool on a rack.

I made one with just rosemary and sea salt.

For this one, I topped it with thinly sliced onions, green pepper, mushrooms and oven roasted tomatoes.

BTW...the butter I posted yesterday did not impress me taste wise right out of the churn but this morning we all agreed it is some of the best butter we have ever had.


Barbara F. said…
I am actually 'smelling' this foccaccia as I read this post, yummy yum yum. I have all ingredients except that darn yeast. I have to make sure I keep some in my pantry. xo
I'm not making this until next week, because it's so cold outside I would sit here and eat a whole pan. This would be a wonderful Super Bowl item!
Anonymous said…
This looks so delicious !! Thank you for the recipe !!
Have a magical day.
Anonymous said…
this looks so good, the one with the works is mine!!! ha ha.
My gramma always said butter needs to sit a spell, so maybe thats why,we never ate todays butter today, it was always yesterdays,
Pricilla said…
I love focaccia. Hard to spell, easy to eat.
Nellie said…
Thanks so much for this recipe! I'm really anxious to try it!
Now I'm inspired to make focaccia sort of reminds me of pizza without the sauce and cheese, which I love!
This recipe looks great...I think I'll throw on some kalamata olives...or not!! :}
Anonymous said…
To bad it is so late over here now, otherwise I would have made this now :-)

Have a great day!
So butter tastes better after it's aged a bit -- who knew?
Miss Pettey said…
Yum! I absolutely love focaccia! My favourite is to make it with a potato dough - makes it incredibly rich and fluffy.
Anonymous said…
I should never visit here before I've eaten. This looks delicious.
Barb said…
We absolutely love Boccaccio. Thanks for the recipe. I have never made it but this looks fairly easy!
Guillaume said…
A foccacia would be nice for lunch...
Your focaccia looks very very good. Could you save me some? That is nice to know about the butter.