RM#2 : Pepper Focaccia
All purpose flour - 500 gm
Salt - 1 t.sp
Fresh Yeast - 42 gm
Olive oil - 100 ml
Lukewarm water - 300 ml
Finely chopped Fresh Long Red Chilli (Pepper) - 2
Take the flour and salt in a big bowl. Make a well in the centre put in the crumbled yeast, 1/4 t.sp of sugar and add 300 ml luke warm water. Close the well with the flour. Close the bowl with a lid and keep it aside for about 10 min. Then add the olive oil, freshly chopped pepper and knead the dough. Close the bowl and set aside in a warm place for about 1 hr or till the dough doubles up in volume.
Take and knead again. Give it a oval or a rectangular shape and again cover it and leave it for about 20 min.
Preheat the oven at 250 degrees. Bake the bread for about 20 min. till the top layer is golden brown. Polish the top layer with olive oil. Serve warm.
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have been wanting to make focaccia at home. Looks perfectReplyDelete
Looks good, nice colour love spicy breads.ReplyDelete
spicy bread.. awesome! love it..used to have spicy buns in iyengar bakery in chennai. wish i get desi style buns here too.ReplyDelete
beautiful bread lakshmiReplyDelete
Want to make this for a long time..So delicious Lakshmi..Ur pics are too goodReplyDelete
PerfectLove the addition of red chilli pepper.ReplyDelete
Focaccia looks absolutely inviting!! Good to go with a dab of olive oil!ReplyDelete
focaccia looks warm and soft. thanks for sharing the recipeReplyDelete
Wowow wat a lovely focaccia..looks absolutely delicious...ReplyDelete
This is one of the first lot of breads I ever made and so focaccia has a special place in my heart (and tum). Love this bread.ReplyDelete
Wow looks gr8.ReplyDelete
Perfect looking Focaccia!!ReplyDelete
Cake looks so fresh and lovely...have something for you in my blog!ReplyDelete
never ate a spicy bread with chilli and pepperReplyDelete
Focaccia is a bread that I make quite often due to the versatility of the toppings that could be used....but it never occurred to me to use red chillies....ReplyDelete
wow great and looks so soft that to spicy yummmReplyDelete
It looks spicy, fluffy and soft.......I am drooling over the picReplyDelete
that looks very comforting and nice for holidays!!ReplyDelete
Looks very delicious!ReplyDelete