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    Hello, havent posted anything in a while just trying to finish the exterior of my oven. And of coarse experiment with different pizza recipes. I am going to try to make focaccia bread any good recipes out there would be appreciated also what temperature should my oven be for cooking focaccia and how long..?

    Thanks,

    Dave..
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    Not all at once now,,lol..i would really like some input please on some ways of going about this process on making focaccia in a brick oven.
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    • #3
      Re: focaccia ?

      Its just a thick pizza, ive done them at bread and pizza temps.
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      • #4
        Re: focaccia ?

        Although there are several variations on formulas for the focaccia, Brickie hit a pretty good note on the subject. It's really just a thick pizza. I often take my leftover pizza dough and put it back into the refrigerator until my oven has dropped into the 500-525F range. I gather up my balls of dough (about 30-35 oz for a half sheet pan of focaccia) out of the refrig, combine them and let them warm as with pizza. Once the dough has warmed a bit, I stretch, press, and pull it out into the half sheet pan. Let it rise for an hour or two then give it the finger presses, dose it with herbs, EVOO, kosher salt, & pepper. I put the sheet pan in the oven at about 500F and plan on a bake of 15-20 minutes. I watch it closely and turn the pan around after about 10 minutes. Once you get a good brown on top, it's done...bring it out & let it cool a bit before cutting & serving (I use a pizza cutter on it.)

        Hope that helps a bit.
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        • #5
          Re: focaccia ?

          Ok thanks sounds fairly easy I am going to give it try this weekend..


          Thanks

          Dave
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          • #6
            Re: focaccia ?

            I would have it as a wetter dough than a pizza
            Let it rise and a poke your fingers into it to give it the right look

            Focaccia from Genoa ( focaccia alla genovese ) recipe - YouTube

            I used to go to a pizza shop in Melbourne that basically cooked 2 very thin pizzas together and had garlic oil and a little parmessan/mozzarella in between it was excellent and they called it a focaccia .
            The ones I had in Genoa was very similar to that too but the pastry was almost a flaky pastry and there was 4 cheeses in it (it was excellent)

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            • #7
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              very good video thanks tropicalcoasting.
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