Friday, April 16, 2021

How Traditional Italian Focaccia Bread Is Made In Genoa, Italy | Regional Eats

Warm, fluffy, olive oil drenched focaccia is the signature bread of Genoa, on the Italia Riviera. Focaccia here is eaten at pretty much any time of the day: as a starter, a main, a snack, and even for dessert. Despite being a quick eat, making focaccia is far from a speedy process. It requires long leavening times between each step which range between 10 minutes and two hours. We take you to one of the oldest bakeries in Genoa, Antico Forno della Casana, where experienced baker Ivan Sacchi shares his tips for making the perfect Genovese focaccia.

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