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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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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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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 is the flat bread of Italy, traditionally made on bread-baking day as a treat for the children. Before being baked in the hot oven, the dough is often deeply fingerprinted to hold herbs, olive oil and any number of other ingredients. ...
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Serve this bread while warm and dip it in balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
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Mix flour, mash potato and salt. Add yeast (reconstituted). Add remaining water. Knead until dough is smooth and not sticky. Place in a bowl and let rise until double. Punch the dough down and strech it onto a baking tray (you can grease the tray ...
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1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. With cooking spray, grease steel baking sheet; sprinkle with cornmeal. Unroll pizza dough; following directions for thin crust, spread to edges of prepared baking sheet. 2. In nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium ...
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International Recipes
from New York, USAFocaccia1 recipe 1 lbfavorite pizza doughOlive oilcoarse saltsundried tomatoesfresh tomatoescrumbled feta cheeseDivide dough into two parts. Shape each into a rectangle. You can place the dough free styleon the baking ...
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International Recipes
from New York, USAFocaccia1 recipe 1 lbfavorite pizza doughOlive oilcoarse saltsundried tomatoesfresh tomatoescrumbled feta cheeseDivide dough into two parts. Shape each into a rectangle. You can place the dough free styleon the baking ...
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Focaccia recipe. Ready In: 120 min. Makes 1 loaf servings 376 per serving Ingredients: yeast, active dry, water, salt, olive oil, sugar, flour, unbleached all-purpose, sea salt, green olives, onion
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Focaccia recipe. Ready In: 4 hrs Makes servings 585 per serving Ingredients: water, olive oil, garlic, basil, sugar, salt, flour, all-purpose, yeast, active dry
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