Top-ranked recipe named "Rosemary Herb Focaccia Bread"
Hot and tasty homemade Focaccia bread with herbs, Parmesan and mozzarella cheese.
"This is a great recipe! One of the few bread recipes that had the proportions correct, I didn't have to add any additional water or flour. Will definitely come back to this recipe again and again as my base recipe for focaccia and alter the spices. Thanks for sharing!"- cjmurtaugh
1. In a large bowl, stir together the flour, salt, sugar, yeast, garlic powder, oregano, thyme, basil and black pepper. Mix in the vegetable oil and water
2. When the dough has pulled together, turn it out onto a lightly floured surface and knead until smooth and elastic. Lightly oil a large bowl. Place the dough in the bowl and turn to coat with oil. Cover with a damp cloth and let rise in a warm place for twenty minutes.
3. Preheat oven 450(F) degrees (230 degrees C) Punch down, place on greased cookie sheet. Pat down 1/2 in. thick into triangle or round. Brush with olive oil, then mix together Rosemary, pares an and mozzarella and spread on top.
4. Bake 15 minutes in preheated oven or until golden brown. Serve warm,
Don't over brown.
bdizzle 11 month agoThere's a difference of opinion about this recipe in my house. I thought the boxed spices made it taste a little strange and it was not my favorite. However, my honey loved this bread and has requested I make it again. When I do I am going to use fresh spices to see if that helps and will post another review!
bdizzle 1 year agoI made this bread a few weeks ago. It turned out very moist and was a hit with some members of my household. For my part however I was disappointed. I think my problem was just that the bread tasted like all of its flavor came out of a spice bar and lacked a freshness. I think this could easily be correctly with fresh spices instead of jarred and plan to try it again at some point. I would reduce the spices by half if I used the jar spices in the future.
valerieledesma 1 year ago
clanlaing 1 year agoI've never made bread without a machine. This is easy, smells amazing, and is sooooooooo good. I want to make it all the time!! Go make some NOW.
cjsgerard 1 year agoFirst time to make Focaccia. It's pretty much foolproof. My herbs must be very strong because they were overpowering. Will definitely try again, tinkering with the herb mix.
cjmurtaugh 1 year agoThis is a great recipe! One of the few bread recipes that had the proportions correct, I didn't have to add any additional water or flour. Will definitely come back to this recipe again and again as my base recipe for focaccia and alter the spices. Thanks for sharing!
Theseehawks 2 years agoKnead dough for 10 minutes in an electric mixer and let rise till double. Delicious.
kimmylee83 2 years agoGreat!
brettnleosmom 2 years agoThis bread is good. It wasn't as springy as I'd imagined it would be. It also makes your house smell like an Italian bakery when it's in the oven. :)
CCheryl 3 years agoexcellent recipe, totally needed a photo, CCheryl