Are you looking for a gluten free focaccia? Here it is a great recipe!


Today I start my first collaboration for “The blogs I love” new section of my web site.

I am very happy to host Pane Amore e Celiachia whose recipes I am a big fan of. The authors are two lively passionate women, Eleonora and Elena. They animate their blog long distance as Eleonora lives in the Trentino region and Elena in the Puglie: the love for good gluten free food crosses any barrier from North to South of Italy 😉

For Baci di Dama. Living gluten free they chose to share some typical Italian, delicious food: gluten free focaccia!


Pour the warm water in a graduated beaker, add the fresh yeast and mix it until the yeast melts completely. Add the sugar and let it rest for a couple of minutes, until it makes some foam.

Take the bowl of a kneading machine and add the flour.

Pour the water gradually and slowly while gently whisking with a fork.

Start kneading with the machine for 10 minutes.

Make a little pause and add a full table spoon of warm potatoes puré, salt. Pour the extra virgin olive oil slowly in the mix. Continue to knead for 5 extra minutes.

Turn the machine off and pour the dough in a big bowl and let it rise for an hour and a half.

Dispose the dough in 6 baking trays and let it rise for half an hour.

Add the cherry tomatoes, the salt, the oregano and some extra virgin olive oil on top.

Pre-heat the over to 220° and cook the focaccia for 20-25 minutes.

Buon Appetito!

pS If you would like to know who’s behind Pane, Amore e Celiachia, read our interview to Elena and Eleonora:



– 350 gr of gluten free flour mix for bread or pizza
(they used  Molina della Giovanna brand)
– 300 gr warm water
– 12 gr fresh yeast
– 10 gr extra virgin olive oil
– 1 coffee spoon of salt
– 1 coffee spoon of sugar
– 1 table spoon of warm potatoes puré, previously cooked
– cherry tomatoes and oregano as much as you might need for the topping
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