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shain

shain

Baked two small focaccias this evening.

First one is with rosemary and garlic infused olive oil (the fried garlic scattered after baking), a little sesame and sea salt.

The second was topped with lightly caramelized onions, sesame, sea salt and a lot of tart sumac post-bake (I quite like sumac with onions in any form). Regular olive oil for this one.

Both were baked in a pan, placed on a baking steel in a 260dC oven - first covered for 15 minutes, then another 10 without cover to brown. During the last few minutes I missed the onion getting too dark, but luckily no bitterness came through.

 

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shain

shain

Baked two small focaccias this evening.

First one is with rosemary and garlic infused olive oil (the fried garlic scattered after baking), a little sesame and sea salt.

The second was topped with lightly caramelized onions, sesame, sea salt and a lot of tart sumac post-bake (I quite like sumac with onions in any form). Regular olive oil for this one.

Both were baked in a pan, placed on a baking steel in a 260dC oven - first covered for 15 minutes, then another 10 without cover to brown. During the last few minutes I missed the onion getting too dark, but luckily no bitterness came through.

 

20161208_193625.jpg20161208_194037.jpg

 

20161208_193621.jpg20161208_193642.jpgimageproxy.php?img=&key=d2a459cbdaa822cc

shain

shain

Baked two small focaccias this evening.

First one is with rosemary and garlic infused olive oil (the fried garlic scattered after baking), a little sesame and sea salt.

The second was topped with lightly caramelized onions, sesame, sea salt and a lot of tart sumac (I quite like sumac with onions in any form). Regular olive oil for this one.

Both were baked in a pan, placed on a baking steel in a 260dC oven - first covered for 15 minutes, then another 10 without cover to brown. During the last few minutes I missed the onion getting too dark, but luckily no bitterness came through.

 

20161208_193625.jpg20161208_194037.jpg

 

20161208_193621.jpg20161208_193642.jpg

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