Our responsibilities and the rush to fulfill each one absorbs us and many time it is difficult to have time for ourselves, to take care of the children, to fulfill the daily activities, all of which requires a lot of attention and care.
As if that were not enough, uncomfortable moments occur like receiving in pajamas, the gentlemen who are going to make repairs at home, and that you have to guide them to their work and also pick up everything ready the child snack everything and go out to fulfill their daily tasks.
But wait there is more, without counting the desperate moments when you forget something or you stay out of the car because it was closed to you inadvertently.
When we find ourselves caught up in so many activities, we miss those luxuries that we could give ourselves before, nothing expensive just being able to do things for ourselves and pamper ourselves.
All this, makes us think about the role of father that requires time and commitment, this does not mean that being a father is bad, on the contrary, if they dare to be parents they can do it is the best experience, they have bad moments but the good ones overcome everything else.
Being a parent means not living only for yourself. It means attending day and night to that little person who fills your life with laughter and satisfying occurrences and often with fear for not knowing what to do in some situations. Also have no privacy.
Imagine what it would be like to have a moment just for you, that you can shower for longer than just 5 minutes, being able to close the bathroom door without a problem.
Relax making a cup of coffee and enjoying every sip, going barefoot around the house without having to trip over toys and not having to step on pieces of chewed food left by your child.
Admit it, spend moments alone for yourself, That you enjoy doing what you like and calmly. Not just cooking something quick and in a hurry like boiling noodles and preparing stir-fried vegetables.
Those moments do not happen often, but the idea is to take advantage of those moments of peace and do what we like and that will fill us with energy to move forward.
Many activities can be done making the most of that time alone, such as practicing the sport that you like the most, reading, dancing, walking, and many more.
Other people collect recipes for someday with time to prepare the one they like best. In this case, for lovers of enjoying time in the kitchen, dedicated themselves to baking or cooking something for a long time that requires care and attention to finally enjoy a delicious homemade dish.
For these people who take advantage of their peaceful time to cook, we share the focaccia bread recipe, we are excited to show you this recipe, as it is delicious and easy to prepare.
It is wonderful and aromatic bread. Baking will fill your entire home with a rosemary scent.
Rosemary focaccia bread recipe
- Active Dry Yeast 1 Pack (1/4 oz)
- All-purpose flour 5 cups.
- Extra virgin olive oil 1/4 cup plus 3 tablespoons.
- Fresh rosemary finely chopped 1 tablespoon.
- 2 1/2 teaspoon coarse sea salt
- Warm water 1 cup and 2/3.
Mix the cup and 2/3 of warm water with the yeast in a bowl, mix well and let stand for 5 minutes, until creamy. Then add 5 cups of flour, 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil, and 2 1/2 teaspoon of coarse salt and beat with a paddle in the mixer on medium speed until a dough forms. Replace the paddle with the dough hook and knead the dough at high speed until smooth, smooth for 3-4 minutes.
Once ready, grease a baking sheet and place the dough evenly pressing into a 15 by 10 by 1 inch extended dough.
Cover the dough with a kitchen cloth, and let it rest for about an hour until it doubles in size. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Mix the rosemary with the remaining 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil.
With the tips of the fingers make shallow indentations to the dough, and brush with rosemary oil, allowing the oil to accumulate in the indentations.
Sprinkle sea salt evenly over the focaccia dough and bake until golden, 20 to 25 minutes. When removed from the oven, place on a rack to cool it, it can be eaten warm or at room temperature.
- Take care of the bread in the oven, the dough cooks quickly and can burn.
- Focaccia is best when it is softer and wetter.
- Once finished, keep the oven and keys tightly closed.