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Kimmie's Golden Syrup Biccies
June 30, 2009
9:54 pm
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Golden Syrup Biccies

My dear departed Nan's recipe.

I am sure that you will all love these. Perfect to have with a hot cuppa :]

You will need...

1 egg
1/4 lb of butter
3/4 cup of sugar
1 tablespoon of golden syrup
1 1/2 cups of SR Flour

Then it is as simple as 1,2,3,4...

Preheat oven 180C (350F for my American friends ;] )

1. Beat butter and sugar.
2. Add egg and syrup then flour and mix well.
3. Place teaspoonfuls on lightly greased baking trays.
4. Bake for approx 15 minutes at 180C.

Delish!

Enjoy Sun2

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Kimmie

July 1, 2009
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OK, so what is SR flour?  Anything like all-purpose?

Hmmm, just had one of those "ahah" moments!  Self-rising maybe?  (We have a substitute around here somewhere for that.)

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July 1, 2009
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G'day Pete Wave


In Australia they sell plain flour and self-raising flour, was not aware Amercia did not have self-raising flour - sorry lovey.


To convert plain flour into self-raising flour, add two teaspoons of baking powder to each cup of plain flour. Adding one teaspoon of cream of tartar and half a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda to one cup of plain flour gives the same result.
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KimmieHappy Flower
July 1, 2009
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Oh, it's sold here!  And many people use it.  Some of us just don't see any reason to pay extra for it when all you have to do it add baking powder to regular flour.

This recipe sounds much like an old country custom here of using up the last of the biscuits from a meal with fresh sorghum.  Calling it dessert!  It was something my family and friends did when the sorghum had just been processed.  That doesn't happen much any more because there is very little cane being rasied in the US.

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