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Recipe for potato focaccia (flatbread)

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Recipe for potato focaccia (flatbread)



Tuscan Foodie from TuscanFoodie.com, sent me this recipe for potato focaccia, which in Tuscany they call ”Schiacciata di patate” or Potato flatbread. The pictures I saw on the site made me want to try it right away. I’ve already made it a couple of times. It’s quite easy to make without a mixer and it has a crunchy crust and soft, flavorful inside. It’s great for making sandwiches with any kind of cold cut.

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Video Recipe for potato focaccia (flatbread)

Ingredienti Focaccia con le Patate


For a  33X40 baking sheet. Scroll down to calculate amounts for different size baking sheets.
  • 600 g Water
  • 600 g Flour 00
  • 200 g Potatoes
  • 7 g Salt
  • 4 g Sugar
  • 25 g Fresh yeast (or 8g Dry yeast)
Use this program to calculate amounts for different size baking sheets.


  • Boil the potatoes for about 15 minutes until you can easily break them with a fork. Try not to waste water  when boiling so as not to alter the proportions of the recipe
  • Blend everything to make very runny mashed potatoes
  • Let the mixture cool until the temperature drops to about 30°C (about one hour)
  • Dissolve yeast and sugar in the potato water
  • Add half the flour and mix
  • When the flour is absorbed, add salt, This way the salt won’t come into direct contact with the yeast
  • Mix well
  • Add the rest of the flour and mix
    • Mix for 2-3 minutes until the flour is well blended in the dough
  • Grease a container with oil
  • Pour the dough in the container, This has to be big enough to contain twice the volume of the dough.
  • Cover and let it rise at about 25°C for 2-3 hours or until the dough doubles in volume.
  • Here’s what the dough looks like after leavening
  • It’s a very moist dough
  • Grease a baking sheet with oil, ( you can use butter if you want, it prevents the focaccia from sticking to the sheet when baking)
  • Put the dough on the baking sheet trying not to fold it
  • Grease your hands with oil and stretch out the dough evenly
  • Here’s the dough after stretching
  • Brush extra vergin olive oil on the surface
  • Dimple the dough with your fingers
  • Let t rise at 25°C for about60 minutes
  • This is the focaccia after the second leavening
  • Pre heat oven to 200°C
  • Bake the focaccia for  20-30 minutes, depending on the oven
  • Here’s the baked focaccia
  • Air pockets
Ciao, until next time, Vittorio


Vittorio e Angelo sono i creatori e curatori di VivaLaFocaccia.com, il blog con le video ricette semplici per fare il pane in casa. Nato a Genova e cresciuto nel panificio di famiglia, con i suoi video tutorial Vittorio insegna i trucchi del mestiere a tutti gli appassionati e appassionate di arte bianca per fare il pane in casa come quello dei migliori panifici Italiani.

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Il tuo sito è fantastico, lo consiglio a tutte le mie amiche americane, mi chiedevo se potevi postare la ricetta per la torta al formaggio che è tipica di questo periodo, la vorrei preparare ma non so da dove iniziare, grazie : )

Oh ok allora facciamo cosi: se provo una ricetta con cui viene bene te la passo; spero tu l’abbia provata almeno, è una specialità umbra, buonissima! : )

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