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  • Lemony star Christmas trees | Destitute Gourmet
    and sugar add the egg and sour cream then stir in the lemon juice and zest Stir in the flour and baking powder and knead the mixture adding more flour if required to make a firm roll able dough Chill for ½ an hour then roll out and cut into stars using a variety of star cutters I used the star template click to download from our chocolate Christmas tree recipe and cut the stars individually with a knife For the smaller ones I used star cutters Cut plenty of extra stars in the smallest size You will place these between the cookie layers to give the tree height Next time I would simply buy a pack of various size star cutters and do it that way It then becomes a quick easy project The dough makes enough for 3 trees Bake at around 180 for 10 12 minutes Smaller stars will cook more quickly While the cookies are baking make a bowl of glace icing how much will depend on how many stars you use I used about 1 ½ cups of icing sugar and enough lemon juice with a drop or two of water to give a good spreadable coating Spread each star with the prepared icing and sprinkle on a few silver balls Cake decorating shops sell them in a variety of sizes so I used tiny ones like stardust as well as regular ones When the icing is beginning to firm use a bread and butter knife to scrape the edges of each star scraping off the drips and over runs The over all effect of the trees is better if the edges are clean To assemble your trees select the largest size stars to form the bases of your 3 trees Place a blob of

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  • Hot Cross Buns | Destitute Gourmet
    follow this recipe It makes 24 spicy fruity buns so is well worth the effort Not only do they taste better than bought ones they re cheaper too 24 buns 2 cups warm water ¼ cup condensed milk 1 1 2 sachets instant yeast 5 cups Plain flour 3 tsp mixed spice 3 tsp of cinnamon ½ tsp of salt 1 cup currants or raisins or a mixture ½ cup of mixed peel 50 g 1¾ oz of softened butter 2 eggs Blend the water and condensed milk together and stir Sift dry ingredients into a large bowl add the instant yeast and mix in the dried fruit and peel then make a hole in the centre Pour in the liquids and the softened butter and eggs Stir until combined then turn out onto a floured bench and knead it lightly This is a moist dough so add extra flour as you knead until the dough is smooth Put it in a greased bowl and cover with greased cling film I spray the inside of a supermarket bag with cooking spray and then pop the bowl in Leave in a warm place till dough doubles in size this should take around 40 minutes Punch the dough then give it a quick knead Divide into 24 portions and roll into balls Place on a greased oven tray and cover with the greased plastic from before Leave them for around half an hour or until doubled in size To make the crosses ½ cup Plain Flour ½ tsp baking powder 1 tbsp butter About 3 5 tablespoons of water Blend the ingredients together the mixture needs to be soft enough to be piped If you haven t got a piping bag put the mixture into a plastic bag squeeze it down to

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  • Christmas cake ice cream | Destitute Gourmet
    Next Previous Several years ago we ran a competition that asked people about their Christmas cake traditions the results were a total surprise Literally hundreds of the respondents admitted to buying receiving or baking Christmas cakes every year religiously when not a single member of the household actually like Christmas cake This prompted me to develop a recipe to use up all that Christmas cake in a way that retained the spicy festive qualities but had none of the cloying heaviness that people seemed to object to so strongly The result can be made easily and quickly and is simply delicious 300 g Christmas cake bought or homemade 2 tbsp of spirits such as brandy or rum or alternatively use orange juice 1x 2 litre tub of store bought french vanilla ice cream Strawberries and Hershey s kisses to decorate Line a metal loaf tin with sufficient plastic cling film to completely line the tin and fold over the top Remove ice cream from freezer and allow to soften but not liquefy In a large bowl crumble the cake and sprinkle with the spirits or juice turn the ice cream into the bowl and gently fold the crumbled cake through

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  • Easter Story Cookies | Destitute Gourmet
    represent life Jesus gave his life to give us life Read John 10 10 11 Sprinkle salt into each child s hand Let them taste it Put a pinch in the bowl Explain that the salt represents the tears that Jesus followers shed and also the bitterness of our sins Read Luke 23 27 Right now the mixture is not very appetising Add the sugar and explain that the sweetest part of the story is that Jesus died because He loves us and wants us to know and belong to him Read Psalms 34 8 John 3 1 6 Beat with the mixer on high for 12 15 minutes until stiff peaks form Explain that white represents the purity in God s eyes of those who have been cleansed by Jesus death Read John 3 1 3 Fold in the broken nuts Drop by teaspoonfuls onto a baking paper covered cookie sheet Explain that each mound looks like the rocky tomb where Jesus body was laid Matthew 27 57 60 Put cookie sheet in oven close the door Turn the oven OFF Let each child put a piece of tape on the oven door Explain that the tomb was sealed Matthew 27 65 66 GO TO BED Explain that while your children are sad to leave the cookies Jesus followers were devastated when the tomb was sealed On Easter morning open the oven eat a cookie they are hollow inside Observe that the cookies are empty inside just like the tomb was empty on that first Easter morning Matthew 28 1 9 Bible references work like this The Bible is actually lots of different books books of history books about laws even books full of poetry and songs The Bible is divided into two sections known as the Old Testament

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  • Contact | Destitute Gourmet
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  • Books | Product Categories | Destitute Gourmet
    Hosting a dg event in Auckland Hosting a dg event outside of Auckland dg class feedback Charts and Conversions Metric conversion chart Seasonal Availability Calendar Destitute Gourmet Master Recipe Index Meat Cuts BBQ Cooking Times Sausage Definitions Contact Home Books Books View Cart Product successfully added to your cart Fill the Tins 45 00 Add to cart The Great NZ Cookbook 49 99 Add to cart Feed the family 35

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