Thursday, October 31, 2013

Tomato and mashroom onion soup Foccacia

This bread idea comes from French Onion soup gratin loaf I found it on recipe site.
The bread is knead it with the tin of onion soup instead of water, topped with chopped onion and cheese. It sounds yummy!!

I knead the bread with the packet of vegetable soup same as original recipe. I don't need add sugar and salt, because the soup has already flavor.

I make the flat shape dough. Because I want enjoy having stuff on the top. 
I add chopped onion and cheese, then top slices of tomato and mushroom, olive oil on top.
It is all savory tasty! Bread crumb is tasty as well.

Tomato and mushroom onion soup Foccacia

Bread flour 500g 
Vegetable soup or onion soup 325ml
Dried yeast 10g 
Olive oil 40g , and more for the top

2 Tomato
4 Mushroom
1 Onion
Grated cheese
Salt and pepper

1. In the mixing bowl, combine all the dough ingredients. Knead it for 10 minutes until it becomes smooth and elastic.

2. Transfer it into the sprayed bowl with cover. Proof it for  about 1 hour until it becomes double size. Give it fold at first 30 minutes.

3. Meanwhile, cut the topping vegetables. 

4. Pour it on the floured counter gently. Stretch and press the dough baking tray size with your finger gently.
5. Cut it into half. Transfer it on the baking tray.  Dimple the dough with your oiled fingertips.

6. Put Onion and grated cheese on it.
 Add slices of tomato and mushroom on the top.  Drizzle olive oil and sprinkle salt and pepper.
7. Place it at warm place, proof it for 1 hour.
Preheat the oven at 200℃.

8. Bake it at 200℃ for 8minutes, and 180℃ for 15 minutes.

9. Cool it down on the wire rack.


It is place at Yeastspotting.

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