incredible FOCACCIA BREAD | How to make it in 6 simple Steps

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But these simple & easy to follow recipes work with any pressure cooker! All pressure cookers work on the same, simple principle: Steam pressure.

Within the sealed pot, the steam builds up therein to a very high pressure, which helps food cook much faster than other traditional methods, such as with crock pots and or ovens!

Italian focaccia bread is a fantastic gateway to the the world of bread making. This recipe simplifies the dough making process, step-by-step, in a way that’s simple to understand. The results are truly incredible.

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(makes one 9″x13″ bread)
All-Purpose Flour, 100% – 600g (4 1/2 Cups)
Warm Water, 75% – 450g (2 Cups)
Coarse Sea Salt, 1% – 6g (3/4 tsp.)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 3.3% – 20g (2 tbsp.)
Active Dry Yeast, 0.15% – 1/4 tsp. (Instant is excellent too or 4-5g fresh yeast)

Garlic Confit, as needed
Fresh Rosemary, as needed
Coarse Sea Salt, as needed


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Intro – 00:00
Why Focaccia is great for beginners – 00:11
Mixing the Focaccia dough – 00:55
Why folding dough makes great bread – 02:37
Folding the Focaccia dough– 02:52
First Fermentation – 03:21
Cold Fermentation – 03:38
Placing Focaccia dough in pan – 03:58
Final proof & dimpling the dough – 05:01
Topping the Focaccia – 06:22
Baking the focaccia – 07:06
Cutting the focaccia – 07:43
Outro – 08:15

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