Today, we are baking freshly baked olive and rosemary focaccia bread. And I swear that you can smell the warmth, garlic-like beauty through the screen. Focaccia is perfect for those of us who love idea Bake bread at home, but find the whole idea of kneading and shaping and caring for the “mother” a bit daunting. This recipe is a beginner-friendly way to easily enter the world of homemade bread. It is so good that I may be happy to stay in the “focaccia phase” of my bread baking journey forever. So, let’s dive into this simple no-kneading focaccia, because Thanksgiving is coming soon, I think you will want this on your table.
Speaking of Thanksgiving, I have a pain point for Turkey Day. As a firm believer in the concept of “eat with eyes first”, when I look at my plate, I am always a little disappointed. It usually helps solve the problem, although it may taste great. With this recipe, I want to reinvent the bread we usually see on the Thanksgiving table and bring more vivid colors, textures and flavors.
My simple no-knead focaccia is covered with rosemary, plenty of garlic, all the spices, and Mature California olives are the most delicious, juicy, and full-bodied olives I have ever eaten, grown by several multi-generational family farms on the central coast of California. You can look for CA Grown license plate signs to ensure that you get real discounts.
Although this recipe is simple, it is not a quick or quick version because it relies on two important rest periods to allow the dough to rise and form the wonderful pockets known as air focaccia. However, there is no need to knead or roll-the dough is very flexible, and when the time comes, you only need to stretch and shape it into the shape of the baking pan by hand.
You can be creative through the first-class app, which is a very suitable activity for children. Sprinkle red onion, rosemary, all spices and California ripe olives on top for a beautiful display, which may be the visual star of your Thanksgiving dinner. If you have more olives, I like to put some almond and seeded biscuits before meals as a simple appetizer, and I also use olives in pasta, salads, and pizza-I’m fascinated!
Once you are satisfied with your topping design, put the baking tray in the oven, and after 20 minutes, you will get warm, garlicky focaccia that is edible.
Pro tip: Before serving, drizzle a little extra virgin olive oil and sprinkle a large pinch of flaky sea salt on the upper right corner.
Scroll through the recipe, if you try it, I’d love to hear it in the comments.Mark us @camillestyles is on Instagram, so we can see your version! Be sure to continue reading our 2021 Thanksgiving Guide to learn more recipes for your Thanksgiving table.