Skillet focaccia bread is the perfect side dish for soups, pastas, salad or perhaps a chicken marsala. Focaccia makes great sandwich bread and is good choice for a baker’s first loaf of bread.
A skillet focaccia bread is a great way to warm up from gross weather and after we survived a second week of rain it was time.
Jordan always says that the kids and I are solar powered, and that might be true.
Everyone was moody and lethargic from the rain. So once the weather cleared so we took a nice long walk in the sun light.
This time it was cold, hurricane induced rain so we got some emergency supplies together and baked two kinds of bread including this delicious skillet focaccia bread. We also made a roasted tomato and red pepper bisque and the two together will warm anyone up.
Tender chewy bread topped with a blend of olive oil, Italian herbs, and fresh parmesan. Made in an oven safe skillet, preferably cast iron, and ready from start to finish in an hour.
Focaccia bread features a dimpled top, which collects olive oil and seasoning and makes every bite wonderful.
You can season with any number of traditional italian herbs and this one features primarily oregano, thyme and rosemary.