Summer is the perfect time to play with the yeast with ambient temperature so high one need not worry about the perfect proofing unlike winters when proofing the dough sometimes take quite a long time. Last week with some black olives in hand I decided to create this yeast giant, which I wanted to do since the summer’s arrived. Roasted Onion, Garlic, and Rosemary Focaccia is one of the best bread recipes that happened in my kitchen. So flavorsome, airy and perfectly crusty. All you need is a good pesto or flavored oil to accompany this bread.
Focaccia the easiest bread to create at home, is the gift of Italy’s Liguria region to the culinary world, as the people of this area have a distinct talent for making virtue out of necessity, they devised a solution to the local bread problem that was as clever as it was tasty and hence focaccia was born.
Past few weeks I have hardly spent a day or two with my blog. The tight work schedule holding me back the and some old friends and family members came to see us after a long time. But in between whenever I got the chance I created and clicked to keep myself motivated and energetic in the midst of the chaos. Hence, this gorgeous garlic and rosemary focaccia happened. The aroma of this deadly combination filled the air of my kitchen with so much deliciousness.
Earlier sometime in 2013, I posted Onion, Tomato and Mushroom Focaccia which was full of toppings but this time I decided to go for bold and herbs flavors. So garlic and rosemary were obvious choices but yea caramelized onion was the last minute twist and it added whole new dimension to the topping.