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       Title: Rosemary Flat Bread
  Categories: Polkadot, Lisa, Bread:yeast, Italian
       Yield: 2 Loaves
  
       1 tb Dry yeast                           1 ts Canola oil
       1 tb Sugar                                    Nonstick cooking spray
       1 c  Warm water                          2 tb Margarine
   2 1/2 c  White flour                       1/4 c  Fresh rosemary; chopped
       1 ts Salt                                     -(or 2 tbsps dried)
  
   Recipe by: Shape May 1995
   Preparation Time: 3:00
   
   Place yeast, sugar and water in a large bowl or food processor and
   allow the mixture to become bubbly.  Mix in 2 c of flour and salt.
   Knead for about 10 min or process in food processor for 15 sec until
   smooth and elastic; add flour if necessary. Oil a bowl, put dough in
   it and cover with a towel.  Let dough rise in a warm place for 1 hr,
   until doubled.
   
   Punch down dough and divide in half.  Let the dough rest for a few
   minutes.  Coat 2 9-in square cake pans with nonstick spray.  Press
   dough into pans.  Melt margarine.  Brush margarine over the tops of
   the loaves. Sprinkle rosemary over the loaves and lightly press into
   the surface.  Let the loaves rise again until doubled, about 45 min.
   
   Preheat oven to 450 F.  Lightly sprinkle salt over the loaves.  Bake
   for 20 - 25 min, until lightly browned.
   
   Per serving (1/8 loaf): 92 Calories; 2g Fat (19% calories from fat);
   2g Protein; 16g Carbohydrate; 0mg Cholesterol; 151mg Sodium
   
   The Chef’s Comments:
   “I don't think I have mentioned this here before, but I have been on a
   quest for the past several months to find a way to make the breaad
   they serve at the Macaroni Grille. I hate just about everything on
   their menu, but the free bread they serve before the meal with the
   olive oil is wonderful!  I could just sit there and fill up on that
   alone.  And I have :) Anyway, I've bought several foccaccia mixes,
   hoping to find one that comes close.  Pappa’s Foccaccia is the closest
   I've come so far, but it’s hard to find. I am on an internet mailing
   list (mc-recipe@listserv.sierra.com) for MasterCook recipes, and one
   day, THIS came thorugh, completely unsolicited by me:” - Lisa
   
   From: Lisa
   Date: 01-10-97 (10:59)
   The Polka Dot Cottage, a BBS with a taste of home. 1-973-822-3627
  
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