Italian Focaccia Bread with Tomatoes – Italian Recipe by Rossella Rago – Cooking with Nonna by admin July 8, 2018, 11:26 am 31 Comments Apuliacook...cookingcuisineFocacciafocaccia baresefooditalian cookigItalian recipeskitchenreciperomana sciddurlorossellarossella rago See more Previous article Spring Takikomi Gohan ( Mixed Japanese Rice ) RECIPE あさりとタケノコご飯の作り方（レシピ） Next article Mavel’s Avengers: Infinity War Inspired French Macarons (Keto Approved) Recipe 31 Comments Leave a Reply the conversation between you and your nonna cracks me up, I love it. Reply Rossella! one thing you don't speciefy is that just olive oil or extra virginnn! in your focaccia i'm invited to a big party on Friday and was told to bring focaccia; no wonder I got invited also good thing I looked at your video beacouse I wasn't using alf of the amount of oil I just putted lots on top but not with the flour, now mine it'll be a lot better thanks to you and nonna,grazie for the tip Reply Reminds me of when i lived in Pianura and Naples, Italy, except you did not dimple the dough. Nonna didn't even notice the tomato was missing. 🙂 Thanks for posting. Reply I just made it , and added few fresh basil leaves when it came out , the taste is absolutely divine …the dough is perfectly crisped from the top while its soft and tender …I just had one issue where the bottom didnt brown , I followed the recipe as it is with temperature indicated and used a similar tray, any hints on why is that the case… Thanks alot , such a great recipe ! Reply Like grand mother like grand daughter. ..!!! Reply Like grand mother like grand daughter. ..!!! Reply Is this recipe for a restaurant ? Reply The grand daughter is hilarious. Well done. Reply I love nana, can I marry her ? Awesome Reply OMG!! That looks so amazing!! Reply Makes me miss my non and her focaccia Reply I am so Happy to hear that you're from Mola di Bari, it is my birth town as well! I also remember the smell and taste of focaccia whenever near a bakery of grocery store. Whenever I visit it is my favorite!!! Mille Grazie Nonna and Rossella! Reply I have to say. I was taken by surprise when I heard that you're from Mola Di Bari.. Thats where my mom and dad are from. My grandmother lived up the street from the church in the piazza or Fountain. I'm sure your grandmother know my family.. Reply ¡Nieta grosera y majadera! Reply Aww I see those hands shaking 🙂 nothing like cooking for nonna! Reply I made your beautiful Focaccia tonight and smoked my whole house up! I think my espresso cups are a bit bigger than your… ; ) Reply Listen to Nonna! Reply great video! Love italian food – easy focaccia recipe. Thanks! Reply I like to watch NONNA do the cooking. SHE is the expert after all!!! Reply You have to use pure 100 percent olive oil or it does not taste good. Reply Also, my oven goes to 117 F as the lowest….So can I just let the dough rise in a warm place covered for 1 hour or so. Reply Follow the nonna's directions. Reply Can you please tell us what size pan you are using? Reply Love Nona ….and her recipes.. Reply I never saw so much oil used. Hope your not on a diet! I've seen this used with less oil. Also I agree with other comments, Granddaughter kind of arrogant. Reply Ahhhhh this is the proper way to make Focaccia Bread. I'm from Bari too! 🙂 Reply very nice… Italian food is the best on earth!! thanksbut please .. a little more courtesy with our grandmother 😉 Reply Hey, you stole Nana's piece of tomatoe! Poor Nana!;-) Reply Good one, Loved it ! Great work! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful video! 🙂 Reply Very very nice grandma and very very rude grand daughter … poor nanna do the show yourself Reply Does the Grandaughter speak Italian?????????? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.