Monday, October 25, 2010

Focaccia quickie

This focaccia was a last-minute kind of deal. Thing is, it was stunningly good, and so probably worth a quick mention.

It's topped with chopped kalamata olives, sun dried tomatoes, feta cheese, extra virgin olive oil and whatever spices happened to be within reach.

It cooked in an olive oil-soaked baking pan for about fifteen minutes at 500 degrees, give or take. The bottom crust was perfect: crisp and a little bit oily, the way I like.

Here's how it looked before getting sliced up.

I can get used to this bread-baking thing.


Claudia said...

You're having too much fun with your oven. Stop it.

Jeannie said...

Wouldn't mind having a piece of that....or two. Looks crispy. Love the feta cheese topping.

Thomas Henry Strenk said...

Looks really good, Mr. M.
But who made the dough?

Claudia said...

If a wind storm just happens to lift your brick oven and carry it across the country and it just happens to land near my elephant hostas, don't blame me. I had nothing to do with it.

Velva said...

I could easily enjoy this focaccia all by itself as a meal with a good glass of wine.