I promised I would do a post about a bread I love to make. It’s a focaccia bread that’s perfect for salads, pastas, barbecue etc.
So here is the recipe:
- Yeast for bread about 15-20 g
- Water 0,25 l (fingerwarm)
- Flour, about 360 g
- Crumble the yeast and add the fingerwarm water (about 37 degrees celsius). Mix until completely dissolved.
- Put 1 tablespoon of oliveoil and 1 teaspoon of salt into the mixture. Use a woodenspoon to mix, if possible.
- Add the flour and mix it all togheter.
- Kneed the bread for about 5-10 minutes or until you really worked that gluten.
- Put it under a towel and let it rise for 1 hour.
- Put a greaseproof paper into a oven tray.
- Drop the dough onto the paper and flatten it out, it should be about 1-2 cm high and about 20×15 cm. (Roughly, you will see how it is supposed to be.)
- Add 3 tablespoons of oliveoil and spread it out over the dough, use 1 teaspoon of Sea Salt on the mixture.
- Add the thyme and some garlic (honestly, you can use whatever you want as topping. This is just what I do)
- Put the towel over it and let it rise for another 30 minutes.
- Set the oven to 250 degrees celsius.
- When it’s reached 250 degrees, put the bread in for 12 minutes.
- Take the bread out and let it cool for a few minutes before you cut it up.
Serve and enjoy!