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  • Serves 5
  • Makes 12
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients

17 Comments

This is so easy to make. Today my 12 year old made this for us as as an entree dish.
This recipe never fails, easy, no fuss and no mess


Ingredients (serves 5 | makes 12 Slices)

  • 4 Cups of flour
  • 2 Cups of water
  • 2 Teaspoons of yeast
  • 1 Teaspoon of salt

Method

  1. Mix all ingredients together. It is so simple to make. Mix until it becomes a smooth ball of mixture
  2. Let it rise in a bath. The longer the better. 1 hour works, more time More airy bubbles in the batter
  3. Last but not least, stretch mixture into a baking tray. Use your hands to bring in to form.
  4. Last, drizzle olive oil over the mixture, ( you can also add olives, dried tomatoes, mozzarella balls or fresh herbs at this stage)
  5. 40 min in the oven at around 180 Degrees Enjoy

  • interesting you don’t put oil in the mixture!

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  • Lovely i need to try it.

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  • I’m definitely going to make this but since I don’t have a bath I’ll put it in my car. That’s what I would do when I was making bread and needed the dough to rise. It’s like a nice warm oven.

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  • Looks fabulous and seems easy.

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  • Looks delicious! I love the way the house smells when bread is baking ????

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  • So easy. And it looks fantastic.

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  • Wow! that does sound easy!

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  • It looks so simple and easy!

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  • Oh so simple, but oh, so moreish. Will be doing this recipe when friends come over. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  • Yes! I’d add some cheese and serve with pizza.

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  • Oh my gosh, yum!!!
    We used to have this kind of bread at a Cafe I worked at when I was young and have since forgotten about it.
    Our family is a big fan of Turkish bread but I’ll definitely be introducing this to them.

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  • Thank you for sharing I was looking for this recipe for ages!!

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  • Thanks for sharing
    You are write the longer I leave it the better lighter fluffier bubbly focaccia. Yum

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  • I need to try this seems, pretty simple! Thanks for sharing

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  • Home made foccacia! I’m writing this one down. Home made usually tastes so much better

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