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Gluten free focaccia with tomatoes

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This Gluten free focaccia with tomatoes is incredibly fragrant and delicious! So airy and light, crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.

Gluten free focaccia with tomatoes

Easy to bake, this gluten free focaccia with tomatoes is a very simple, basic, dough perfect for baking focaccia or littlepizzette” or “focaccineas we are used to say. Little knobs of pizza dough which we munch as a snack of at lunch time when we are in a hurry. The recipe calls for a peculiar gluten free Italian flour blend that you can buy in Italy or on Amazon.

You will need:

Gluten free focaccia with tomatoes
  • 300g of gluten free Fioreglut Caputo flour
  • 280ml of water
  • 9g of fresh yeast
  • A tsp of sugar
  • A tsp of salt
  • 15g of olive oil

Let’s make the dough for our gluten free focaccia with tomatoes!

Dissolve the yeast and sugar in a part of the water, then pour the flour, water and baking powder into a bowl and knead until the mixture is lump-free. Finally add the oil and salt. Let it rest for a couple of hours or until doubled.

Take a part of the dough and roll it out on an oiled 20cm baking tin. Season with tomatoes, oregano and a few grains of coarse salt, then pour a little olive oil on the surface.

Gluten free focaccia with tomatoes

Line a baking tray with parchment paper and pour a little olive oil. With lightly dampened hands, take little balls of dough and mash them lightly with your fingers. Place them on the baking paper and season to taste. I used cherry tomatoes, olives, rosemary and sesame seeds. Pour another drop of oil on the surface.

Gluten free focaccia with tomatoes

Let the focaccia and the focaccine rest covered with a clean dish. Meanwhile turn on the oven to 220°C. When the oven is at temperature, bake for about 30/35 minutes or until golden brown.

Gluten free focaccia with tomatoes
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  • paola
    7 October 2019 at 15:33

    Ciao! Complimenti per le ricette meravigliose e per il blog! Mi piacerebbe fare questa focaccia che ha un’aria deliziosa e ho anche la Zeroglu ma non ho la farina Caputopotrei provare con altre farine per pane, secondo la tua esperienza? Tipo Nutrifree pane, Biaglut, Farmo ecc? Grazie mille e continua così! 🙂

    • profumodibuono
      8 October 2019 at 09:14

      Ciao Paola! Questa ricetta è calibrata con la farina Caputo. Potresti provare con la Farmo però forse avrai bisogno di modificare la quantità d’acqua. L’impasto dovrebbe risultare morbido, simile al gelato 🙂