It's hard not to fall in love with focaccia. Between the olive oil, its dimples and balanced saltiness, focaccia is one of those traditional Italian foods that can be enjoyed year round. It makes a great addition to a cocktail party and an even nicer snack to bring along on a picnic or road trip. There are many different varieties of of focaccia you can experiment with and below you'll find some of our favorite focaccia recipes - from fluffy versions topped with herbs to thin focaccia stuffed with cheese.
Carve out some time to roll up your sleeves and spend a lazy afternoon making this simple focaccia recipe for beginners. Afterwards, you'll feel like you can accomplish anything.
This rosemary-studded focaccia recipe comes to Fine Dining Lovers courtesy of chef Theo Randall. The bread makes a nice base for a hearty sandwich but it's also great cut into small squares and enjoyed with a glass of wine.
Focaccia with Tomatoes
Cherry tomatoes are stuffed with anchovies in this savory focaccia recipe that'll dress up any party platter. If you don't like anchovies you can stuff the tomatoes with Italian tuna or prosciutto.
Pizza lovers will devour this thin, crispy, cheese-stuffed bread known in Italy as Recco focaccia. You'll need a cheese called stracchino, which is similar to cream cheese but thinner in consistency.
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