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Biagio's Focaccia with Cheese    Ingredients:     1 kg of "oo"type flour, 1 kg of fresh soft cheese, 4-5  dl of water, 1 dl of  extra virgin olive-oil, salt How to prepare (on a copper pan): Prepare all the ingredients; make a dough with flour, extra virgin olive-oil, stir in  salt (and then  water). Knead by hand (you can make it also by a  food-mixer) until the dough will be soft and smooth. Let it rest for more or less 60 minutes at a temperature of 18º/20º Celsius and cover it. After making the dough rest for 60 minutes, split it in order to pick up a form of about 1/2 kg and stretch it by a rolling pin until it's thin. Put your clenched fists under the dough and, spinning it, enlarge it and make it as thin as possible. Lean it on the previously oiled copper pan . Then put the fresh soft cheese on the pastry in small pieces ( each of which nut-size) in a circular movement. Make a second  very thin sheet (almost a see-through one, a paper-thin dough) and cover the one already  sprinkled with cheese. Fold up the ends of the two leaves in order to have well brought together the two overlapping borders and remove the quantity of pastry (up and down) sticking out of the pan. With your fingers pinch many points of the pastry with holes of about a centimetre of width. Sprinkle with salt and extra virgin olive-oil. Bake it in an oven at a temperature of about 270º/320º Celsius for 5/7 minutes. The oven has to be regulated in order to have the ground warmer than the ceiling. The baking will be completed when focaccia has  a golden colour up and down.  Enjoy your meal!   P.S. We remind you that our way of baking focaccia is directly on the flat tiles of the oven, in a few words we don't make use of  a copper pan, but the lower part of focaccia is strewn  with maze-meal in order  to avoid  that it catches. Here is explained the recipe that  you can make more easily at home. But it's important to underline that our method is the one followed in the ancient times.               
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Biagio's Focaccia with Cheese     Ingredients:     1 kg of "oo"type flour, 1 kg of fresh soft cheese, 4-5  dl of water, 1 dl of  extra virgin olive-oil, salt How to prepare (on a copper pan): Prepare all the ingredients; make a dough with flour, extra virgin olive-oil, stir in  salt (and then  water). Knead by hand (you can make it also by a  food-mixer) until the dough will be soft and smooth. Let it rest for more or less 60 minutes at a temperature of 18º/20º Celsius and cover it. After making the dough rest for 60 minutes, split it in order to pick up a form of about 1/2 kg and stretch it by a rolling pin until it's thin. Put your clenched fists under the dough and, spinning it, enlarge it and make it as thin as possible. Lean it on the previously oiled copper pan . Then put the fresh soft cheese on the pastry in small pieces ( each of which nut-size) in a circular movement. Make a second  very thin sheet (almost a see-through one, a paper-thin dough) and cover the one already  sprinkled with cheese. Fold up the ends of the two leaves in order to have well brought together the two overlapping borders and remove the quantity of pastry (up and down) sticking out of the pan. With your fingers pinch many points of the pastry with holes of about a centimetre of width. Sprinkle with salt and extra virgin olive-oil. Bake it in an oven at a temperature of about 270º/320º Celsius for 5/7 minutes. The oven has to be regulated in order to have the ground warmer than the ceiling. The baking will be completed when focaccia has  a golden colour up and down.  Enjoy your meal!   P.S. We remind you that our way of baking focaccia is directly on the flat tiles of the oven, in a few words we don't make use of  a copper pan, but the lower part of focaccia is strewn  with maze-meal in order  to avoid  that it catches. Here is explained the recipe that  you can make more easily at home. But it's important to underline that our method is the one followed in the ancient times.     
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