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Today we travel to Italy to make this different focaccia that makes a simple turkey sandwich not only colorful but delicious.
- 250 g of wheat flour
- 250 g of strong flour
- 500ml whole milk
- 70g extra virgin olive oil
- 10g of salt
- 4g brown sugar
- 4 g baker's yeast (dry)
- Poppy seeds
- braised turkey
- Kumato variety tomato slices
- fresh mozzarella
- extra virgin olive oil
- The first thing we have to prepare is the dough for our tramezzino, it is a kind of focaccia or sandwich that is very easy to make and with hardly any kneading.
- In a bowl 24 cm Latina we pour the warm milk and dissolve the yeast. Next, add the oil and sugar. Mix until all the ingredients are well integrated.
- Then add the salt to the flour and stir, add the flour to the bowl of liquids and mix with the help of a fork until you get a homogeneous dough.
- Pour the dough on the baking tray gastronorm Efficient, stretch it to cover the entire surface, cover and let the dough rest for an hour and a half or until it doubles in volume.
- We paint the entire surface with milk with the help of a Brush Efficient and decorate with poppy seeds.
- Preheat the oven to 180ºC and bake for 30 minutes top-bottom option.
- Once the time has passed, we take it out of the oven and let it cool on a rack. Thanks to our non-stick baking tray, you do not need paper and it is easy to remove from the mold.
- Once cold, we split in half with a bread knife Efficient and we fill it as we like, we leave you this option that we hope you like.
- We cover the entire surface with edam cheese, then cover with thin slices of turkey meat, slices of kumato tomato to which we add a little salt and oregano and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.
- Cut the mozzarella into thin slices and place a slice on each slice of tomato and cover the entire surface with mixed lettuce. Cover with the lid of the tramezzino and cut into 12 portions, each portion must have a slice of tomato and mozzarella.
- An original way to prepare an informal snack or dinner, it is even an ideal option for brunch.
Photos and recipe by MJ .