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PostPosted: Mon 06 Oct, 2008 7:58 am    Post subject: No Knead Focaccia Reply with quote

I may be one of the last persons on earth never to have tasted focaccia. This dire situation was fixed this weekend when I stumbled upon this short video http://webercam.com/2008/08/no-knead-focaccia.html
It looked so simple that Mrs. MEF tried it right away. It is completely foolproof and incredibly good. Ours was topped with thyme and coarse salt. There is really no limit what you can top it with when you try it - and try it you must!



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PostPosted: Tue 07 Oct, 2008 11:09 am    Post subject: Re: No Knead Focaccia Reply with quote

MEF wrote:
[F]ocaccia [...] is completely foolproof and incredibly good. Ours was topped with thyme and coarse salt.


Wow, that's way different from the focaccia that we make, MEF. That's what I love about bread - there are so many ways to achieve essentially the same goal.

our focaccia recipe (no milk, trace of malt powder instead of the sugar): http://etherwork.net//recipes/flatbread.html#focaccia

We usually put thinly sliced onions on our focaccia just before baking it - they get beautifully caramelized. And if we have any, we add fresh rosemary. Fresh Sage Focaccia is also delicious.

I do knead the focaccia dough though (I like kneading).

MEF wrote:
There is really no limit what you can top it with when you try it - and try it you must!


Yes, indeed! Someone just recently mentioned that she had made grape focaccia. I bet THAT'S really good too! (I wonder if she put on coarse sugar in place of the coarse salt.)



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