I love bread. In any form. I love carbs, what can I say?! One of my favorite recipes is this delicious Rosemary Focaccia Bread. It is so light, springy, soft, and oh so delicious straight out of the oven, it’s hard not to eat the entire loaf. Even better is that making this bread is… Continue reading →
Rosemary and garlic Focaccia crust topped with mozzarella & parmesan cheeses.
We were in the supermarket the other day and Big S was tempted by the bagels – we used to give her bagels all the time and she absolutely loved them toasted for breakfast. However, since we f…
Baking challenge round 8: Focaccia After a welcome break for school half-term, I’m back and baking with a vengeance! I made a focaccia last year but my baking skills (which weren’t bad …
This Instant Pot Shepherd's Pie is a hardy meal that is simple to make, and ready in under an hour. It is filled with the traditional fragrant spices of rosemary and thyme but is made with creamy instant potatoes for a quick dinner. It’s gluten free, dairy free, and free of refined sugar!
This garlic and rosemary focaccia recipe with the dough made in the breadmaker is such a simple bread recipe. It's easy to make and with very little hands on time. It's so good for a tasty family meal.
Quick and easy 5 ingredient focaccia hack to get fresh baked bread on your table with minimal effort.
I’ve always rather liked the idea of baking my own bread, but had some rather limited success in the past. However, a recipe in May’s issue of Vegetarian Living Magazine inspired an att…
The base for this recipe is the Olive Oil Dough from Artisan Pizza and Flatbread In Five Minutes a Day that I recently posted. It's a...
This chicken has the authentic Indian chicken tikka spices with a new twist of orange and rosemary in it. Orange and rosemary are rich in a...
This Focaccia with Fresh Rosemary is one of my absolute favorite focaccia recipes to make. Super easy to make. Nothing better than fresh bread!
These skewers are by far one of my favorite snacks! Often times, if I am hosting a party, they usually make an appearance. The best part, my girls love to eat them too (minus the basil and glaze)! Super easy to assemble, healthy, and 5 simple ingredients. You really can’t beat that! For the skewers,… Continue reading →
This flavorful, easy to make focaccia bread is at home at a casual supper or an elegant meal, and is a perfect way to use your weekly sourdough starter discard!
Flat oven-baked Italian bread similar in style and texture to pizza dough. You can use it as a side to many meals or as sandwich bread.
A Super Easy way to make Rosemary Focaccia. No need to be intimidated. It's easy to make even if you don't have any experience making bread
This delicious Skillet Rosemary Focaccia Bread takes less than 1 hour to make! if you love Focaccia, this is the recipe for you!
I think this is one of the easiest yeast breads. Great with soups, as a snack or slice in half and fill the inside with sandwich ingredi...
A super crispy and delicious sourdough focaccia recipe that hardly requires any sourdough bread making skills. Perfect for beginners.
Simple Focaccia : olives, cherry tomatoes, fresh thyme or rosemary and olive oil on golden crispy focaccia bread give you the best experience of cucina povera !
For the roast:1. Preheat oven to 500°F.2. Place salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme and baking powder into a spice grinder or blender and grind to a course powder.(Set aside 1 tsp of this mix for the sauce below)3. Brush the roast with the Dijon and sprinkle the spice mix all over the meat.4. Place on a wire rack fitted over a baking sheet and place in the preheated oven for 10 minutes.5. Reduce heat to 350° and cook for 60 minutes.6. Remove roast from oven and tent with foil. Allow to rest for 10 minutes. 7. To serve slice roast against the grain.For the sauce:1. heat the oil over high heat in a small sauce pot. Add the mushrooms and shallots and cook for 2 minutes.2. Add the wine and allow the wine to cook and reduce. Lower heat and stir constantly until liquid has evaporated.3. Add the butter and allow to melt over medium-low heat. Stir in flour and cook for 3 minutes.4. Whisk in the broth and spice rub. Bring to a boil and simmer until thickened, whisking often, about 20 minutes.5. Remove from heat and whisk in the Dijon.