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Easy Yeast Free Focaccia: Semolina Bread


yeast free bread recipe
Hello again! This time it is desi focaccia again!

You have already tried my previous semolina focaccia recipe, isn't it? I loved that desi focaccia because I did not use any leavening agents there - no baking powder, no baking soda, as it was a naturally fermented batter. Here's the recipe if you are interested.


Nevertheless, I have come up with this desi pizza bread recipe upon request.

I hope you're enjoying my food experiments and innovations. It's been a while since I started baking yeast-free breads at home, for I realize not everyone uses yeast. It is a cause of serious allergy in some people. Some of you do not use yeast due to your religious belief. Fair enough!

We have this yeast free semolina focaccia recipe for you. I call it desi focaccia with semolina, because frankly, I have never tasted focaccia outside.

As far as my research shows, focaccia uses a generous amount of olive oil, which enhances the taste and gives the Italian bread a distinctive flavor and texture.

yeast free focaccia
Since I have not used maida or white flour in the recipe, which is a standard bread ingredient, this is my humble yeast free focaccia for you.

Does it disappoint in taste?

Na, the pizza focaccia recipe doesn't disappoint.

I served the savory pizza focaccia bread to my neighbor and they enjoyed it thoroughly!

This is one easy pizza recipe no yeast that even kids can churn out within minutes. But yes, I would like to mention that I did not have unroasted semolina, so had to use roasted alternative. So the focaccia bread crumbled from one place while slicing.
easy focaccia semolina

Ingredients

1 cup suji
1/2 tsp- baking powder
1/2 tsp-baking soda
1 tsp- vinegar
1 tsp- honey
1/4 tsp- black salt
toppings of your choice (sundried tomatoes, olives, baked onions, peas, boiled chickpeas..or just about anything)
coriander powder
black pepper
1/4 cup -curd
1/4 cup-hot water
1 tbsp- hung curd (Greek yogurt)
3 tsp -olive oil
1 tsp- roasted and ground flax powder soaked in 3 tsp of water (we call it flax gel or egg) -optional
roasted and ground flax seeds


Procedure

Mix curd with hot water.
Throw in baking soda in semolina.
Add this curd-water mixture to semolina.
Let the mixture sit for 20 minutes.


Add flax meal to the mixture.

Now add salt, 1 tsp olive oil, honey to the semolina batter, which is more like sticky dough.
Mix well.
Next preheat oven (microwave convection) for 10 minutes at 180 degrees.
Meanwhile, grease a baking pan.

Prepare the toppings. I have used spring onion, tomatoes, and boiled white peas. Mix the toppings with black salt, powdered black pepper, coriander powder, herbs of your choice, hung curd, 1/2 tsp of vinegar, 1/2 tsp of olive oil.

Add caption

Add baking powder to the semolina dough and 1/2 tsp of vinegar. Mix well.
Pour the semolina batter into the pan. Spread the toppings evenly on the batter.
Sprinkle coriander powder, little black salt, and black pepper.
Bake the yeast free semolina focaccia for 10 minutes.
Then turn off the oven and sprinkle 1 tsp of olive oil over the batter and bake again for 5 minutes.
Let the no yeast focaccia with semolina cool down before serving it to your loved ones.
Enjoy another healthy no yeast snack.


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