There isn't an easier recipe for focaccia. This focaccia recipe is great for sandwiches, as well as for parties. It is a great base focaccia recipe to which you can add dried or chopped fresh herbs, olives or grated cheese. You may use more or less olive oil or salt if you wish.
This is more a question of advice rather than a review. This is my first attempt at any kind of bread,i followed this receipe,my bread seems to have rose more than I would expect but looks delicious! But..the enter is just like dough! Anyone know where ive gone wrong? Advice welcomed! - 07 Oct 2012
So easy to make. I added sage, red onions and strong cheddar cheese. Delicious! - 19 Aug 2015
Many reviewers complained that this recipe was "blah" or has no flavor. This is because it has very little salt in the recipe -- a crucial factor in bread "flavor." Definitely increase the salt to between 1 to 1 1/4 tsp, depending on your preferences. You might want to check your favorite bread recipe and see how much salt per cup of flour there is and start with that. Also, if you haven't made focaccia before this recipe is confusing. It doesn't state how thickly to roll the dough. It isn't going to rise a lot so unless you want it to be like a flatbread don't roll it much thinner than you want it to be when you eat it. Also start with adding 1/4 cup of water after you add the yeast/sugar/water mixture and then add a TBS of water at a time till the dough forms into a ball. - 17 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)