Potato and rosemary focaccia

300g plain flour
250ml warm water
about 20g fresh yeast (half a cube)
3 tbsp olive oil + more to grease tray and for storing dough
1 teaspoon salt + a bit more to salt the topping
1/2 teaspoon sugar
3 potatoes

1. add to a large bowl the sifted the flour, salt and sugar
2. in a glass dissolve the yeast in warm water
3. make a well in the centre of the flour and pour the olive oil and warm water
4. with a fork mix everything together
5. transfer onto a pre-floured surface and knead for about 5 mins or until the you will have obtained a compact dough
6. wet your hands with some olive oil and make sure you coat the dough evenly, then place it in a bowl and store it somewhere warm. the oil that is on it will prevent it from sticking to the bowl or wherever you have placed it
7. let the dough rise for about 2/3 hours
8. once risen, grease a baking tray with some olive oil and expand it
9. peel and slice the potatoes really thinly and place them on top of the dough
10. add some olive oil, salt and rosemary here and there
11. bake for about 20/25 mins at 200C or until the potatoes and the focaccia are done
12. serve warm


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