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Thread: Quick Easy Foccacio Bread

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    Quick Easy Foccacio Bread

    http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recip...ocaccia-recipe

    I found this recipe on Pinterest this morning and had it made before noon.

    It is quick, easy and there is lots of room for switching up the seasonings.

    I used seasonings from http://www.epicureselections.com/en/ I put the Pizza Seasoning in the dough and used the Herb and Garlic Dip Mix on top with freshly grated Parmesan cheese.
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    YUM! LOVE it--on my list for today. Sounds easier & quicker than letting my bread machine mix it . Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for passing this along. That's my kind of bread making. Now if only I could find the perfect dipping oil recipe. I just can't seem to perfect that.

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    I have made this recipe also and it is really good, my husband loves it.

    I have also been looking for a good dipping oil recipe, but can't seem to get the ingredients to the right porportions. I did find a seasoning blend of herbs in Kitchen Collections which is pretty good, it is called Bread Dipping Seasonings by Dean Jacobs. It has 4 different blends. Tuscany Blend, Sicilian Blend, Rosa Maria, Parmesan Blend. This way you can put your olive oil in a saucer and add the seasonings to your taste. If anyone has a good
    recipe for dipping oil, please share.

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