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The daring bakers are at it again!! This time there are no sweets to present, but potato bread instead!! Each month, one of the Daring Bakers choses the recipe for the month, and I this time around, the recipe comes from Tanna at My Kitchen In Half Cups. I was really excited when I saw this recipe, because potato bread is one of my favorites. I always thought that if it ever gets around to my turn to chose the monthly challenge, I would have chosen potato bread!! This was especially exciting because we were given a lot of freedom on how we wanted to top and shape the bread.

This went off without a hitch for me. I chose to make a loaf as well as foccacia. To top the foccacia, I chose rosemary, caramelized onions and Parmesan cheese. I used 16 oz. of potatoes, and the minimum amount of flour – about 6 1/2 cups. The dough was still quite sticky, but I didn’t want it to end up too heavy.

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The foccacia was amazing. I rose a lot more than I intended it to, so it was quite tall, but it was delicious!! I was a little disappointed in my loaf, though. It ended up quite heavy – not light and tender like potato bread usually is for me. But I would definitely go back to this recipe for the foccacia again.

I’ll keep this short since there are about a bazillion Daring Bakers now, but make sure and check out the other versions of the Tender Potato Bread at the Daring Bakers Blogroll. And for the recipe, check out Tanna’s post.

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79 Responses to Potato Bread and Potato Foccacia

  1. glamah16 says:

    I know you like Potato bread and have made it before. Great job. And the slide show is a nice touch.

  2. Megan says:

    Tour foccacia looks amazing and your slide show makes me want to do it all over again!

  3. Maryann says:

    Deborah, Your bread looks delicious. I still love that photo on your header though haha. Everytime I visit your site, I want a piece of that cake roll!

  4. Gabi says:

    Great job Deborah!
    It’s always fun to see what you do!

  5. sunita says:

    I remember your potato bread too…your focaccia and the loaf looks perfect.

  6. chronicler says:

    Wow your breads look great. Then I scroll down to make a comment and am hit with the pic of the eggs and toast! Oh I am getting hungry!

  7. Shawnda says:

    I’m living vicariously through all the Daring Bakers who made focaccia 🙂 It looks lovely!

  8. Aimée says:

    Stunning combination for your foccacia. I’ll have to remember to use that fragrant trio more often. Just beautiful.

  9. slush says:

    Gorgeous! What a wonderful job you did. I am so jealous that I didnt make focaccia now. It looks fab!

  10. BC says:

    My bread felt a bit heavy too but I loved the taste and texture.

  11. veron says:

    Both your breads look gorgeous – now you made me wish I made foccacia!

  12. kellypea says:

    I think your loaf is gorgeous! It’s so funny to read everyone’s description of how much potato to how much flour used with different outcomes. We love potato bread, too!

  13. Rivka says:

    I love your slide show!

  14. Y says:

    Everyone seems to have made great focaccia out of theirs – and yours is no different. I’m suffering from focaccia envy! 🙂

  15. Brilynn says:

    I used the same combo for my foccacia, with the addition of blue cheese stuffed olives, it was delicious!

  16. Kelly-Jane says:

    You did a fantastic job there! You should be a proud DB 🙂

  17. Meeta says:

    oh that slide show is good. I want to go back and do it all over again. Nice job sweetie!

  18. kitten says:

    Your topping choice for the fococcia sounds perfect. I love your step by step slide show! That will be very helpful when I make this lovely recipe again.

  19. Meryl says:

    I love the slide show–and your bread is gorgeous!

  20. Nora B. says:

    Your breads look terrific. I will also make this again for foccacia. It’s it amazing how quickly the dough was rising?

  21. DawnsRecipes says:

    That looks great! Nice touch adding the parm to the focaccia! I’ll have to try that next time.

  22. linda says:

    Great looking focaccia! I love that you added parmezan, that’s so yummy!

  23. cookworm says:

    I like the slide show, and of course your breads! The floury top looks so rustic. Yum!

  24. breadchick says:

    Wonderful job on this month’s challenge. I love the look of your puffy focaccia.

  25. Simona says:

    It looks like the focaccia option was everybody’s favorite.

  26. April says:

    Your foccacia looks yummy! I would love to have a piece with my dinner!

  27. Annemarie says:

    I’m impressed by how many people already make potato bread on a regular basis. Sorry to hear the loaf didn’t quite measure up but your focaccia looks fab!

  28. Barbara says:

    Great slide show. Your bread looks great.

  29. Kevin says:

    Nice looking focaccia! I really like the combo of toppings. Cool slideshow!

  30. eatme_delicious says:

    Yum I love your choice of focaccia toppings. Everything looks great! I’m glad you had more success than I did with it. 🙂

  31. Ivonne says:

    I can’t believe how many people have tried potato bread before! I’m glad you enjoyed the challenge – your bread is great!

  32. Claire says:

    This was the perfect bread for focaccia…yours looks fantastic.

  33. Rachel says:

    the focaccia looks lovely!The loaf looks perfet as well.

  34. Courtney says:

    wow this is beautiful, i am going to make it again since so many people have raved about it. i think the only potato bread that i had was from the store and i wasn’t a fan so you convinced me to make another loaf and try it

  35. Elle says:

    The foccacia looks perfect and I love your toppings. Do you really think it was too tall?
    The loaf looks nice, too. great slide show.

  36. Princess of the kitchen says:

    Your loaf and foccacia look fanatastic. Well done!

  37. ostwestwind says:

    I like the slide show! It’s amazing how different the breads come out over the whole world

  38. Peabody says:

    Sorry your bread was on the heavy side.
    Looks wonderful though.

  39. Inne says:

    Wow, your focaccia looks amazing! Getting reallly hungry now…

  40. Gretchen Noelle says:

    The bread loaf and foccacia look amazing. I am just impressed that you would have *chosen* potato bread!

  41. marias23 says:

    Hey, Deborah! We made the same things! Yay!

    I also had problems with my loaf. It’s quite hideous, I tell you! However, I must say that I loved the way my foccacia turned out 🙂

  42. Freya and Paul says:

    A delicious choice for the month! Yours looks delicious! I have wanted to make foccacia so I might just give this a go!!

  43. Susan says:

    Tall or squat, any focaccia with caramelized onions is a hit with me. Yours looks mouth-watering!

  44. Bruno says:

    Yummy looking bread Deborah! I especially like the focaccia.

  45. Jenn says:

    Parmesan sounds like a great topping! Great job, your bread looks beautiful !

  46. Bev and Ollie "O" says:

    I couldn’t remember if I had left you a message.
    Your bread looks wonderful and I love your changing image at the bottom.

  47. Tammy says:

    your slide show is great and the foccaia looks so yummy!!!

  48. Tartelette says:

    Great post Deborah! The fluffy focaccia is very inviting! I was curious about doing another potato bread recipe and liked this one (I’ll stick to my old though). It made a bunch!!

  49. Carla says:

    Love your pictures! Your bread looks great and I agree about the foccacia, it was really good.

  50. Nan says:

    Nice foccacia…we used to have it all the time when I was a kid, yet for some reason I’ve never tried recreating it as an adult. I also love your slide show…

  51. iCook2live says:

    Fantasic job Deborah. I thought about carmelized onions for my foccacia but got cold feet for some reason.

  52. Chris says:

    Looks fabulous! I didn’t make foccacia – must do next time. 🙂

  53. the pastry princess says:

    your bread looks fantastic, deborah!! and you’re so creative with the slideshow…if i only had half the computer knowledge as you

  54. Christina says:

    Firs off, I love your header with the picture of pumpkin roll slices!

    Great job with your bread! Sorry to hear that the loaf didn’t turn out as well as your focaccia did. After seeing all the many versions of focaccia, if I make this again I’m going to use part of it for focaccia.

    Christina ~ She Runs, She Eats

  55. joey says:

    Great looking focaccia! I want to make it again with caramelized onions!

  56. the chocolate lady מרת שאקאלאד says:

    I am with maryann about that very tempting cake. Thanks for this excellent post and nifty slideshow!

  57. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    Your breads look great! Well done! That focaccia is wonderful…



  58. Emiline says:

    Holy moly you have a lot of comments on here.
    I was just going to tell you, good job! Hope you get to pick an upcoming challenge.

  59. Sara says:

    your foccacia toppings are making me drool!

  60. Princess of the kitchen says:

    Your bread looks fana5tastic and i love the photo slide. How’d yiou add that?

  61. zorra says:

    Great idea to put a slide show about the “how to do/knead”.

  62. Jen Yu says:

    Oh wow, those look delectable. Wonderful job there – you bake like a pro 🙂

    -jen at use real butter

  63. Dhivya Karthik says:

    foccaccia luks fab! The video jus makes it so easy to follow

  64. Lesley says:

    Your bread looks so nice, very professional!!!

  65. LizG says:

    Deborah, your bread looks great, and the foccacia sounds luscious. Well done!

  66. Fruit tart says:

    I think your bread looks good, but the focaccia is just magnificent! Yummy!

  67. Mindy says:

    I must investigate the slide show option…..

    The carmelized onion with parmesan is inspired.

    Looks Delicious, and I’m sure it was- is.(That is if there’s any left.

    Hooray for the Daring Bakers. See you in December!

  68. Tempered Woman says:

    well geesh- no fair. You’re a potato bread expert and it’s obvious with that perfect focaccia! And the slide show is really just rubbing it in… 😉 I have to agree with you that I think the recipe makes a better focaccia than loaf. Nice to see confirmation from someone who knows what they are talking about tho!

  69. Cheryl says:

    I love your focaccia. I really need to go back and try to make a version like this.

  70. Madeleine says:

    I’m agree with you.. I’ll make again the foccacia!!

    Great job!

  71. MyKitchenInHalfCups says:

    The focaccia looks divine. Great slide show. Delighted you enjoyed the focaccia, seems like the extra height would go for some wonderful sandwiches! Thanks so much for baking bread with me this month Deborah!

  72. Ami says:

    I bow before the Potato Bread Master! Nice work!

  73. Elisabeth says:

    I like your slide show. A neat way to present the different steps.

    I’ve been wishing I would have tried the Foccacia after hearing that so many made it.

  74. Julie says:

    Your loaf and focaccia look delicious!

  75. sher says:

    Very, very cool! This post and your bread are wonderful!

  76. Aoife says:

    Everybody’s raving about the focaccia, and I wish I had tried it. Yours looks great!

  77. Laura says:

    look terrific and I love the slideshow!

  78. Andrea says:

    Your focaccia looks so good! I didn’t even try a full loaf like you did, so I count you as being quite daring!

  79. Dolores says:

    You did a great job with this one, especially your fabulous-looking focaccia. I love the slide show!

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