Whenever I make Italian focaccia with rosemary, I immediately think of springs in Italy, walking past any bakery of basically any town. The smell itse...
As we head into the lovely Springtime weather, eating outside and enjoying the fresh springtime might be on your mind. If that's the case, a portable lunch element is also likely on your mind - enter Mamablip's Rosemary Focaccia recipe, a classic Focaccia recipe beloved by Tuscans and Italians alike!
Once you tackle this easy Focaccia recipe, you'll be able to grace your friends and loved ones with freshly-baked Rosemary focaccia bread that's simply perfect as the base for any number of delicious sandwiches you might wish to put together.
While our recipe focuses on topping your classic Focaccia bread with rosemary, there's a great range of focaccia toppings you might include, so perfect this quick Tuscan Focaccia recipe first, topped with lovely fresh rosemary aromatics, and then move ahead to trying out some new focaccia toppings that strike your fancy.
Once you've mastered this quick and easy Italian focaccia bread recipe, you might want to check out the other Mamablip baked goods recipes - here's our Baked Goods Recipe index for you to enjoy! If you've got leftover bread from baking up a storm, join the Mamablip chefs for a Live Class experience focusing on Pappa al Pomodoro - a terrific way to use up stale bread!
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for 4 servings
Lay your dough out onto a circular-shaped baking dish that has been coated abundantly with flour on the bottom (a pizza tray would be ideal). Please refer directly to the recipe for Focaccia dough for complete instructions on how to proceed with this dough.
Using your fingertips, energetically prod the dough and form small indentations.
Dress with a generous amount of olive oil, salt to taste and fresh rosemary leaves (removed from the stems).
Preheat your oven to a maximum temperature (approximately 450F).
Bake your dough for 7-8 minutes until light golden brown on top and resistant to touch.
tania Monday 1st of March 2021
Brings back so many memories!
Whenever I make Italian focaccia with rosemary, I immediately think of springs in Italy, walking past any bakery of basically any town. The smell itself is a pleasure, and it's so easy to make!