5 Reviews

I didn't eat this myself as I am on a wheat-free diet, but my fiancee said it was pretty good. It was easy enough to make (I halved the recipe) even though I didn't use a bread-machine. Came out lovely and crusty on the outside and chewy inside. Will make again sometime.

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Jacqdav February 29, 2008

Love it!! Crusty crunch on the outside, perfect inside! I did add a little sugar to the water and yeast, and sprinkled parmesan chesse on top, and sprinkled with italian seasoning, and olive oil. I also put the herbs in the bread, and I plan on making Panini's for supper, yum!

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Grammabobbie March 05, 2013

This is a substantial and bread. Just as a personal preference, I'd leave out the lemon pepper next time.

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iris5555 March 08, 2010

this was delicious. I used mine to make a fabulous panini sandwich.

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design*girl March 11, 2009

Very good bread! I made this for Chicken Cordon Blue Panini and together it made a great sandwich. The aroma while in the ABM was fantastic as well as when it was in the oven. I halved the recipe and was hoping for a softer crust. I was tempted to add more flour as the dough was incredibly sticky, but didn't. Excellent flavor. Thanks CobraLimes!

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DuChick July 16, 2008
Italian Garlic and Herb Seasoned Panini - Focaccia Bread (abm)