No ImageFocaccia Bread with Rosemary

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  1. John P.

    I didn’t use rosemary but I finely chopped green, black and kalamata olives and added some Italian seasoning. Otherwise, followed the recipe exactly including rise times. Turned out great. I used one larger Lasagna pan for one big flat loaf. Great recipe! Loved that it calls for proofing the yeast at the outset so you know it is viable.

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  2. Sherron

    Do you know if the salt in the recipe can be reduced to something less than a tablespoon? My husband has heart failure and everything we eat needs to have minimal or no salt. I would love to be able to make him the focaccia.

  3. Julie Schindler

    Elise, I’ve made this bread numerous times to rave reviews! It’s always a hit. However, I’m now living at high altitude 9800 feet & tried making the bread…although it rose nicely it tasted dry. Any suggestions?

  4. Lee

    Everyone loved this recipe. I didn’t have time to let it rise a 3rd time, but it was still delicious. Will keep this recipe and make again. I split the recipe into 2 stone bakeware pans and cooked it about 25 minutes. It wasn’t as brown but was plenty crispy and soft on the inside. Yum!

  5. Jeani Coleman

    Mike – I’ve used this recipe several times with different flours. I grind my own grain so today I used Hard Winter Whole wheat grain which I mixed with Unbleached white. It was delish! I think whole wheat really adds to the richness of Focaccia.

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