This easy rosemary foccacia bread is so simple to make and ready in under an hour, so you can have fresh, warm bread with dinner tonight! The olive oil coating the bottom of the pan gives an amazing, crunchy texture to the crust while the butter drizzled over the top creates pockets of yummy, buttery goodness, highlighted with a generous sprinkle of coarse salt.
Paul’s cousin’s wife introduced me to this amazingly delicious and easy rosemary foccacia bread. It’s one of those foods that bring to mind memories of dinners with extended family for holidays or Sunday evenings. Maren would bring this bread piping hot from the oven and it was all any of us could do not to start cutting off pieces of it before sitting down to eat the meal. I love how simple, basic ingredients can make something so satisfying.
You can whip up this easy foccacia bread in less than an hour and have warm, savory bread to serve with Sunday dinner or soup or a salad. I love using fresh herbs whenever I can and the rosemary sprinkled over the top before baking gives such a wonderful, distinctive flavor to this bread. And it’s even better when the rosemary is fresh out of Paul’s aunt’s garden. We are in the middle of redoing the landscaping around our fixer-upper of a house and rosemary is one of the plants that I definitely intend on planting. I love that it is both decorative and functional!
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