A Simple Foccacia ~ Caramelized Onions, Shallots, Sundried Tomatoes and Fresh Rosemary

Unlike most foccacia recipes this one requires no sponge (starter), making it a good candidate on a busy day when you want freshly made foccacia. The flavor and texture are very good considering how little effort is required. The dough can be made with a stand mixer or bread machine, and shaped into two foccacias or (soft) breadsticks.

The recipe is directly from the back-of-the-bag courtesy of the Gold Medal Flour folks.
I attempted to find a link on their site to link to it here, but I couldn't find this particular recipe, so this is next best:

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I topped it with caramelized onions, shallots, a sprinkle of chopped sundried tomatoes and fresh rosemary, along with a couple of grinds of fresh pepper.

Slices make a wonderful accompaniment to salads (as with this short-cut Caesar), soups, stews, or as an appetizer with beverages. I would make this foccacia recipe again.


  1. I love Focaccia..thanks for sharing yours..

  2. looks fabulous, thanks for teaching me how to make it too~


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