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April 27, 2015 / mintcustard

Rosemary and sea salt focaccia.

Rosemary and sea salt focaccia.

Rosemary and sea salt focaccia.

Wandering around the garden the other day I brushed past the rosemary and the smell reminded me that I hadn’t made a focaccia for ages. It always seems to me to be a summer bread. The weather might not yet be really hot enough to sit outside for a lazy lunch, dipping focaccia in oil and balsamic. But it will be soon, *crosses fingers in hope*.

A beautiful pillow of dough. Studded with rosemary, scattered with sea salt and drizzled with oil.

A beautiful pillow of dough. Studded with rosemary, scattered with sea salt and drizzled with oil.

I used the BBC Food website recipe for focaccia although I only used half quantities. I can’t justify scoffing two focaccia in a day! The recipe suggests the dough can be kneeded but this is such a wet dough you just have t stick your hand in and go for it. The gluten forms well and makes the loaf light and airy.

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