Tuesday, February 5, 2013

BWJ - Foccacia

Foccacia with garlic and herbs © www.foodbabylife.com

It must be said that we love foccacia in this house so this was always going to be a winner. It didn't disappoint!

I made a mix of crushed garlic, dried Italian herbs and a good slug of olive oil and brushed most of it over the foccacia before baking. The I brushed the remainder over as soon is it was baked and wow, it smelt amazing!

We just happened to be having lasagne for dinner the day I made this and it was perfect accompaniment. Both boys kept asking for 'more bread please'. Gotta love that.

Our host this week is Sharmini of Wandering Through so make sure you visit her blog for the recipe and visit the LYL section of the Baking with Julia website to see how everyone else did.

15 comments:

  1. This would be perfect with lasagna (and now I am hungry for lasagna). Looks great!

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  2. Looks perfect and would be great with lasagna.

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  3. Looks like some perfect focaccia! thanks for baking along.

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  4. Looks and sounds delicious! I bet it would go really nicely with lasagna. Nice job!

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  5. Glad you enjoyed this one…it was a hit in our house too! It looks beautiful!

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  6. Beautiful! Lasagne is perfect for it.

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  7. This is how I wanted my focaccia to turn out! Yours looks fantastic...so beautifully browned. Mine just didn't seem to want to brown that much. Great job.

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  8. Looks YUMMY! Great job with the focaccia .

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  10. Somehow I missed this one. I'm sad because I do love Focaccia. Looks yummy. Good job.

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  11. Served alongside lasagna or eggplant Parmesan sounds absolutely delicious. Love your post.

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  12. Yours looks great. Garlic & Olive oil is never a bad thing!

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