Top Rated Focaccia Recipes

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This may be hard to believe when every sandwich shop and supermarket in the land now seems to offer "focaccia" alongside white, wheat, and rye, but when I started going to Italy in the 1960s, this simple flatbread was virtually unknown in America, at least outside hardcore Italian neighborhoods. There are different versions of focaccia all over Italy, but this is the crisp, if admittedly oily, variation preferred in Liguria.
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Grab a Plate
As posted on Grab a Plate   Homemade bread doesn’t have to be difficult. Think focaccia! Grab whatever toppings you like for this flat-bread, Italian specialty that is easy to make. Focaccia is a flat bread that is similar to pizza, yet not quite the same. Olive oil, herbs and salt are popular toppings for this Italian specialty, but it’s easy to add other toppings you find appealing and that go well with bread (quite a long list that could be)!
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Focaccia
Focaccia can be the canvas for any variety of toppings, flavors, and textures. My favorites are the ingredients that are simple enough to enhance the flavor of the bread, like a good olive oil and a handful of fresh herbs tossed with a little crunchy coarse salt. For this recipe, you will need an 18-by-13-inch rimmed baking sheet, also called a half sheet pan, or one in a similar size. The dough can also be shaped into rolls, breadsticks, or into pizza rounds.Excerpted from One Dough, Ten Breads, © 2016 by Sarah Black. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
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Focaccia
For a light snack that still satiates the indulgent crowd, focaccia is an ideal dish to make. This focaccia blends the aromatic flavors of rosemary with the sweetness of grapes for a deliciously unexpected taste. 
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For your turkey and stuffing leftovers, use them to make this panini. It's a great to eat for lunch at home or on the go. Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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Loved by many, this grilled asparagus and prosciutto panini is perfect paired with Chianti at a fall dinner party.
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Follow these steps to make Salt Creek Grille Princeton's delicious Brandt Beef Top Sirloin Salad, just in time to celebrate national BBQ month!
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Ultimate Focaccia Panino
This panino takes all our favorite Italian ingredients and piles them onto focaccia bread for the most epic sandwich we’ve ever tasted.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchy Kitchen.
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A Pizza Without Crust
Pizza senza crosta is like a cross between fondue, mozzarella sticks and pizza, a rich tomato sauce, with big wedges of mozzarella and a basket of cut up focaccia or ciabatta to accompany it. This recipe is courtesy of Rolando Beramendi, author of Autentico.
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Caesar Salad
Grilling the chicken and lettuce of the Caesar salad adds a deep, satisfying, charred flavor.This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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Panini
I am obsessed with my panini maker. I believe everyone should own one. Many of the new versions have two-sided cooking surfaces, like this one, that allow you to use them as a griddle when you’re not grilling pressed sandwiches. This panini is unique because it features focaccia, a dense, “quilty” Italian bread whose spongy texture soaks up flavor. I also like the fact that focaccia doesn’t have an overly chewy crust — it’s perfect for your picnic enjoyment!
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Focaccia with Red Onion, Asiago, and Thyme
This is a focaccia that comes together with little muss or fuss, using simple ingredients that are easily found and assembled. With a salad it makes a delicious and simple Friday night dinner.Excerpted from One Dough, Ten Breads, © 2016 by Sarah Black. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
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