Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese

Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese

Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese

The Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese

Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese

 is a Sicilian Street Food delicacy, a simple, ancient, and cheap but great taste.

Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese
Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese
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Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese

Prep Time25 mins
Cook Time35 mins
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 250 g flour 2 cups
  • 250 ml warm water 1 cup
  • 20 ml extra virgin olive oil ~1.5 tablespoons
  • 7 g salt 1 teaspoon
  • honey 1 teaspoon
  • 7 g yeast powder 1 teaspoon
  • 20 g black olives 0.7 oz
  • rosemary
  • coarse salt
  • 100 g Pecorino cheese 1/2 cup

Instructions

  • In the planetary mixer add the flour, yeast powder, honey, and the warm water; mix for at least 15 minutes with the dough hook.
  • Then add salt, oil (in a consistent but thin stream like in the picture below), and olives and mix for at least 10 minutes. After that let the dough rest for 3 hours covering the bowl with a kitchen rag until the dough volume raises. Roll it out on a previously greased baking pan.
  • Press the dough, gently, with your fingertips outwards to the borders. try to avoid popping the air bubbles that have formed inside the dough, makes the focaccia soft.
  • Add the rosemary and cheese (cut into cubes, and push it into the dough).
  • Bake the schiacciata at 400F in the preheating oven for 35 minutes.
  • After let it cool down on a grill.
  • Brush it with oil, sprinkle it with coarse salt and … Buon Appetito!

Notes

These ingredients are for a 11×7 baking pan
ENJOY!❤️
 
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4 thoughts on “Schiacciata-Flatbread with Black Olives, Rosemary and Cheese

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  2. 5 stars
    Your flour reads 250 g or 1 Cup. 250 g should be 2 Cups. I just made this and found the batter to be a wet soup until I made the correction to 2 cups. The bread turned out amazing… thanks for sharing !!

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