Flopaccia.

Bill44's picture
Bill44

Well as I said this morning to Donyeokl I made his Focaccia, well a poor imitation of it anyway. Followed the recipe to the letter, but in reality it didn't have enough prooving, my kitchen was a bit cool this morning and I was too lazy to switch on my warm box. But then again it usually takes me 2 or 3 tries to get a recipe right.
One thing I do know, it tasted terrific, SWMBO and I ate the lot for lunch.

Hey Don, are you a sadist? Working with 40% hydration dough is bloody hard work.

[img]http://www.sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/3905-1/new_Focaccia+004+copy.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.sourdough.com.au/gallery/d/3907-1/new_Focaccia+Crumb+002.jpg[/img]

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TeckPoh's picture
TeckPoh 2006 May 3

LOL!!! Flopaccia!

Looks delicious. Lunch already? Yikes! I've been here too long...going to make fish sandwiches with the pain de mie. Ta!

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donyeokl 2006 May 3

Wow.... what a name Bill, Flopaccia...!!!

[quote]
Hey Don, are you a sadist? Working with 40% hydration dough is bloody hard work.
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Bill, me sadist??? Well, a little exercise and some hardwork before the enjoyment is something good eh!? I will try it again and see if I get the same results as previously... Will post the photos here.

Cheers...

Don

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northwestsourdough 2006 May 3

[quote="Bill44"]
Hey Don, are you a sadist? Working with 40% hydration dough is bloody hard work.
[/quote]

Maybe he got the hydration wrong? focaccia is usually a pretty high hydration dough especially since it doesn't even need to hold it's shape.
I love "Flopaccia" that it just great! Your Flopaccia looks terrific anyway minus the holiness. You are a terrific photographer, every bread you show looks like it's out of a magazine.
Have a great day Bill !

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donyeokl 2006 May 9

Hi Bill,

The sadist is at work again....

Bake this small loaf with my wholemeal starter wanting it to taste a little more sour...

This time, am more aggressive with the fingers topped with rosemary, black pepper and a drizzle of olive oil.

[img]http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h157/donyeokl/Wstarterfoc3.jpg[/img]

[img]http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h157/donyeokl/Wstarterfoc2.jpg[/img]

Baked it with the dough hydration at 42%

Cheers...

Don

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