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Focaccia Recipe

Prep time

10 min

Cook time

40 minutes



Imagine a bread so versatile that you can top it with almost anything. Leftover pizza toppings? Sure thing! Fresh rosemary from the garden? Absolutely! Focaccia is an Italian flatbread that’s perfectly crispy on the outside, yet soft and airy on the inside. It’s the blank canvas of the bread world, and today, we're going to show you how to master it using the Revolve Oven. Let's get baking!

In the video I will show you a way to make focaccia using a single pizza dough ball, but in the below recipe I will show a way to get the focaccia extra airy by letting 2-3 dough balls re-proof for another 1-2 hours.

Focaccia Recipe Ingredients

  • 2-3 Biga Dough Balls (See recipe here)
  • 3 tbsp / 50ml olive oil
  • 1 tbsp sea salt
  • Any leftover pizza toppings or toppings of your choice

Focaccia Directions

The secret to a soft, airy focaccia lies in the proofing. Let your dough rest and rise properly for the best results. Check the video for a tip on how to make a fast focaccia using a frying pan!

Step 1

Combine 2-3 ready Biga dough balls in a cast iron pan. Allow to rise for 1-2 hours.

Step 2

Once risen, sprinkle generously with olive oil

Step 3

Add your toppings, such as cherry tomatoes and olives by pushing them into the dough and sprinkle with fresh herbs like oregano.

Step 4

Cover the foccacia with the lid, place in a non-preheated Revolve and cook under a low flame for about 40 minutes.

Make it your own!

The whole point of focaccia is that it is such a versatile bread where there are no limits. Use any herbs, garlic, onion, vegetables that you have at home or use different meats. What about, lardon and white onion? Goat's cheese and caramelised onion? Pesto and cherry tomatoes? Salami and red pepper. This is your opportunity to use anything you have leftover in the fridge. Get creative and post your best recipes on Instagram and tag us @revolvepizzaoven

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