24.4.11

Silent Sunday


Silent Sunday

11 comments:

  1. Yummy! A very happy Easter to you x

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  2. Ooh, nom! Do you have a recipe you're willing to share? :o)

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  3. Very lovely to look at and better to taste.
    My Silent Sunday is over at http://gigglingatitall.blogspot.com

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  4. One a penny, two a penny...... x

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  5. Yum yum, well done! I just bought mine from Sainsburys! lol

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  6. Mmmmm they look lovely - Happy Easter x

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  7. They look delicious! The crossed on mine didn't look as good as these (water and flour mixed and then piped on), will have to try pastry next time.

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  8. Nom nom nom...I love hot cross buns..

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  9. Oh they look good! Never made home-made ones before!

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  10. we were gifted some home made ones this week and they were most excellent. I may have to try it out for myself.

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  11. @Anji happy to! I make the dough in the bread maker - but you can knead it by hand too.

    1 cup milk (use water if allergic- it still works)
    1 egg
    1 tablespoon butter
    3 cups white bread flour
    1 cup wholemeal bread flour
    1 or 2 tea spoon mixed spice
    1 tea spoon cinnamon
    3/4 cup sugar (caster)
    1 and 1/2 teaspoon dried yeast
    1 cup mixed fruit.

    knead and let rise to double size,
    then use pastry for the crosses.

    Makes 12 - bake for 15 -18 minutes at 200C or gas 6

    oh and you can glaze them with a mix of sugar dissolved in milk after they are cooked


    (grr missed out the butter the first time!)

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