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Filled Ham & Cheese Focaccia

Blog entry by Margaret.

Actually, I should call this the All American Ham and Cheese Stuffed Focaccia. Shredded Sharp Cheddar and Good Ol’ American Ham. Cubed Ham. From W-M. I am dull, I know. But the guys liked it, so I will stay dull with this one.

Focaccia is so much fun to make. I love how this web like dough appeared when I turned it out on the floured board.

That’s what gives it the wonderful texture. Not big holes but rather a collection of small holes all connected together. Worked into a rectangle the dough is then half covered in the fillings. Supposed to be mozzarella and prosciutto, but I really wanted to make this bread and all I had was cubed ham and cheddar. So I just piled it on.

The measured amount was actually too much so I left some off.

After the dough is filled, it is folded over, sealed, placed on the baking sheed and allowed to rise after filling the baking sheet.

Then just bake and enjoy!!

What you end up with is a one handed ham and cheese sandwich. It is already half gone. The Boy liked it. I liked it. It will disappear quickly.

I would like to try this as Malgieri suggested it with the mozarella and prosciutto. That will bewonderfully tasteful. Next time.



1. gaaarp - December 18, 2010

Delicious and simple recipe: http://wp.me/pwL3l-qY

2. Kayte - December 8, 2010

Oh, yeah…this is a keeper! Would be great portable food for tailgates and picnics, Mark even took it in his lunch today, a high sign of praise. Here’s the post: http://grandmaskitchentable.typepad.com/grandmas_kitchen_table/2010/12/modern-baker-filled-ham-and-cheese-focaccia.html

3. gaaarp - December 4, 2010

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