Mar 21, 2022

Focaccia Fever

crispy_focacciaI found a way to make my crispy focaccia even more crispy. I make it in advance, let it cool, cut it into six wedges, and freeze. When I’m ready, which is almost every day 😋, I place the wedges directly on my toaster oven rack at 325° F for about 10-12 minutes and they come out super crispy. And they stay crispy longer than when served right after baking. If you like all things crispy as much as I do, try it. Here’s the recipe:

I know I haven’t been around lately but we are still moving! Yes, still moving. I didn’t know we had that much stuff! (most of it’s not mine 🙂)  I’ll try to post some new recipes very soon.

3 Comments on "Focaccia Fever"

  1. Thomas

    I had to check for the date of your “moving post”. May 30, 2021. Funny. I hope all is well and I’m sure you are enjoying what you called your “dream kitchen”. Thanks for sharing with us.

  2. Johnny

    I just found you on YouTube, I like your recipes because you make it easy. I don’t have the patience to let dough rise 4 times, and then wait over a day before I can bake it. Your recipes are always simple and effective, and that’s what I like, and you are quite the comedian (as I also found evidence of this on YouTube). Please keep it up, the videos, the recipes, and the humor. God bless you.

  3. Dalila G.

    Hi Jenny! 🌸
    What a good idea, just pull from freezer, toast and wait a bit, then eat.
    I also like my focaccia crispy, thank you for the idea.
    I’ve made this recipe using different veggies, always great tasting!
    Still moving?!! Yikes!!
    Good luck on sorting out items and deciding what to take with you.
    No rush on posting, moving is much more important.
    You do have loads of wonderful recipes for us to choose from until you come back. 😀
    But…..I will be happy when new recipes are posted!
    Good luck to you & Denis!

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