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Published on August 24th, 2017 | by Kristen Swain

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Garlic Oregano Focaccia

 

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Focaccia sounds like it is this gourmet bread that takes hours and hours to make, it goes wonderfully with a delicious Italian style meal or as an appetizer dipped in some quality olive oil and basalmic vinegar. I love to serve this with my salad course during our meal, although I love to dip the bread into my red sauce and enjoy it that way also. I think Focaccia is one of those newer style breads that not many people have heard about, but I love to eat it with fresh herbs and think it’s one of those show stopper additions to our table because it is literally a work of art. I created my focaccia with easy to use premade bread dough from Rhodes, and baked it in my cast iron pan. The bottom of the bread gets crispy and the inside of the bread remains soft, while you still get tons of flavor from the garlic, cheese and lots of fresh oregano. After it’s baked and cooled down, I slip it out of the pan, slice with my pizza cutter and place back in the pan to serve. The cast iron keeps the bread warm at the table too. I will show you how you can easily make you own delicious and beautiful bread for dinner. Any leftovers can be sliced and made into rustic sandwiches that taste gourmet.

Jump to the Rhodes Baking Blog to see my full post with instructions.

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Enjoy!

kris

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One Response to Garlic Oregano Focaccia

  1. Sean Mahan says:

    Wow, this looks so delicioius! I’ve never made a foccacia before, so I’m really curious to try it. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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