Can i skip out part of the proving?
I am making a recipe from Paul Hollywood's book for corriander, olive and onion bread. The recipe calls for the dough to be made in the usual way and then to leave to prove until doubled in size as with a usual bread recipe. It then tells you to knock back the dough and knead in the fillings then leave to rise for half an hour. Then knock it back, shape, add toppings and prove again until doubled in size. I am a bit short on time so will it be ok to leave out the second proving stage, the one where after the filling is added. So i will knead, prove, knock back, add fillings and then do final prove. Will it still turn out ok? Also the recipe calls for the onion to be added raw. Will it cook ok?
Also i want to make some sort of fancy butter to serve with it. Like a garlic butter for example. Any suggestions?
Finally, I am making a foccacia with rosemary and garlic. I was going to add some blue cheese to it, will this go well or is a bit too much?