Focaccia is an Italian flatbread that creates a pillowy bread perfect for soups, for dipping, or for sandwich bread. It is a great bread for beginners since it uses staple ingredients and doesn’t require much technique.
- This simple sourdough focaccia recipe is perfect for new sourdough bakers because the bread doesn’t need an extremely strong starter since it is a flatbread. - Focaccia dough uses a few simple ingredients, such as sourdough starter, all purpose flour, salt, and water. - This adaptable recipe can be made sweet or savory.
Taste- It has a buttery color and flavor. Texture- Focaccia gives you a pillowy texture. The flaky top gets golden brown in the oven and it's soft inside. Ease- This recipe requires you to mix the dough ingredients in a bowl, let it rise, and then dump it on a baking sheet.
Yes, you can make this easy sourdough focaccia recipe with discard, but be aware that it might not produce the billowy holes you’re used to seeing in focaccia. Those bubbles and holes are dependent upon the strength of your starter, so be aware that if you have an immature starter your bread will turn out better next time.
Prep Time: 20 min. Cook Time: 10 min. 1. Feed Active Starter 2. Make the dough and First Rise 3. Dump and Second Rise 4. Poke Dough and Last Rise 5. Bake Focaccia