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  • Pastry | Categories | Destitute Gourmet
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  • Valentines | Categories | Destitute Gourmet
    box ideas Help for Foodbanks Low Cost Cleaning Tips Breakfast Costings Essential and Luxury Item Lists Freezing Workshops 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 Portfolio Category Valentines Showing All Baking Celebrations Christmas Easter Homemade Gift Ideas Main Meals

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  • Easy Beer Bread | Destitute Gourmet
    Next Previous Breads made with beer have a marvellous light texture and a savoury tang This is a quick bread much like a scone dough It goes really well with savoury soups and gravy it s also good just warm from the oven with a big chunk of butter but I m not telling you how I know that cost to make this recipe 1 73 3 cups self raising flour ½ tsp baking powder A pinch of salt 60g butter or dairy free spread ½ cup beer ½ cup milk Preheat oven to 200 C In a bowl or processor combine the flour baking powder and salt Rub or pulse in the butter till the mixture resembles fine bread crumbs Add the liquid and pulse or stir until just combined Turn out onto a floured bench and knead just enough to form malleable dough Divide into 8 and roll into balls With a serrated knife cut a cross into the top of each ball and place on a cold tray Bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes or until well risen and turning golden These like all quick breads are best the day they are made Leftovers can

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  • Scones | Destitute Gourmet
    to make and provide 12 15 filling fresh scones They will provide energy from carbohydrates and are not high in fat like pies or biscuits You can top them with butter jam marmite or cheese leave out the sugar and add grated cheese to the mixture too if you have it If you have a processor then they re even easier to make 3 cups plain flour and 3 tsp baking powder or 3 cups self raising flour 3 tbsp butter or table spread A pinch of salt A dessert spoon of sugar Approximately 1 cup of milk sour it with a squeeze of lemon juice if you have it Pre heat the oven to 210 C Mix the dry ingredients together in a bowl then rub in the butter so it resembles bread crumbs Add the liquid and mix quickly and gently to form a soft dough do not knead as this will make the scones tough Pat the mix together and roll out to rectangle roughly 2 5 cm thick Slice into squares or use a cookie cutter or glass to cut out rounds Place on a baking sheet and bake in the preheated oven for 10 12

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  • Rock Cakes | Destitute Gourmet
    first things I baked as a child some people call them childrens cakes because they are so easy and quick to make they are ideal for impatient eager young bakers Rock cakes are a bit like a fruity sweet scone excellent with a cup of tea or a glass of milk 1 cup of plain flour 1 heaped tsp baking powder 50 g butter or olivani ¼ cup sugar ¼ cup currants ¼ cup sultanas or a tablespoon of candied mixed peel 1 egg lightly beaten a pinch of mixed spice a splash of milk 1 2 tbsp should be enough Pre heat the oven to 200 Rub the butter into the flour until it resembles fine breadcrumbs or stir in the sugar baking powder spice and dried fruit Mix in the egg and just enough milk to make the mixture moist enough to clump together You can make rock cakes in the food processor pulsing the mixture so as not to over mix it and pulverize the fruit Place mounds of mixture onto a cold greased baking tray this quantity makes approximately 8 Rock cakes but you can easily double it Bake in the preheated oven for 10 15

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  • Mitey-Cheese Scrolls | Destitute Gourmet
    with a warming soup on a chilly night For the dough 3 cups plain flour 1 tsp salt 1 2 tsp sugar ½ sachet instant dried yeast 1 tbsp olive oil 1 ¼ cups warm water Mitey Cheese filling 1 ½ tbsp marmite 1 tbsp margarine or table spread 1 ½ cups grated cheese Pre heat the oven to 190 C In a large bowl combine the sugar salt flour yeast and oil Stir in the warm water and mix to form a soft dough turn it on to the bench then knead adding more flour if needed until smooth and springy 5 8 minutes Place dough into a clean greased bowl cover with cling film and microwave on low power for 1 minute rest the dough for 10 minutes then repeat After the second rest the dough should have doubled in size Alternatively set aside in a warm place until doubled in size Roll each piece out to a rectangle roughly 40 cm x 30 cm or around the size of a Swiss roll pan if you don t have a ruler handy Make sure there is plenty of flour underneath the dough so it can t stick You are now ready to assemble the scrolls Spread the dough with the marmite mixture a spatula or rubber scraper is helpful Sprinkle with a cup of grated cheese then roll up from the long side to form a log Divide the log in half then cut each half into 6 thick slices Place the slices so the scroll faces up on a greased baking tray and top each one with the remaining grated cheese Allow the scrolls to rise for around 10 minutes before baking Bake scrolls in an oven preheated to 190 C for 15 20 minutes or until

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  • Market day flat bread | Destitute Gourmet
    their simplicity for spreading with cheese dunking in soup or snacking with beer according to Richard who is something of an expert when it comes to both snacking and beer 6 cups plain flour 2 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 1 sachet instant dried yeast 8 grams of instant yeast 2 tbsp olive oil 2 ½ cups warm water In a large bowl combine the sugar salt flour yeast and oil Stir in the warm water and mix to form a soft dough turn it on to the bench adding more flour if needed then knead until smooth and springy 5 8 minutes Place dough into a clean greased bowl cover with cling film and microwave on low power for 1 minute rest the dough for 10 minutes then repeat After the second rest the dough should have doubled in size Alternatively set aside in a warm place until doubled in size Punch the dough down knead lightly and divide into two or four pieces Roll and stretch the dough into oblongs and transfer to baking sheets Add toppings of your choice and bake in a preheated oven at 210 for 20 30 minutes Bread should be golden and sound hollow when tapped Ricotta Basil Tomato and Parmesan Ricotta is a low fat soft cheese made from whey spread it over the bread as a base flavour then top with slices of fresh tomato basil leaves and grated parmesan cheese Drizzle with a little olive oil Thyme Bacon and Goat s cheese Spread the dough with tomato paste scatter with chopped bacon crumble with goat s cheese feta and sprinkle with fresh or dried thyme Garlic and Parmesan Brush the dough with olive oil sprinkle with 3 chopped cloves of garlic grated parmesan and rock salt excellent with a cold

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  • English Muffins | Destitute Gourmet
    1 sachet 8 grams of instant yeast ½ tsp sugar 1 tsp salt 2 cups warm milk or milk from powder or ¼ condensed milk 1 ¾ cups water omit sugar 1 egg beaten 50 g butter Dust 2 oven trays with flour In a large bowl combine the instant yeast sugar flour and salt In a small pan melt the butter then add the milk and heat gently The liquid should be warm but not hot If you are not sure hold your little finger in it and count to 10 If it s uncomfortably hot by the time you get to 10 allow it to cool a little if it doesn t feel warm at all heat it up Make a well in the centre of the flour and pour in the egg and the butter and milk mixture Use a large metal spoon to mix to a soft dough Knead lightly for 2 minutes then place into a large greased bowl and allow to rise either by setting aside in a warm place until doubled or by using the microwave method Pre heat the oven to 190 C When the dough has doubled in size knead it lightly and roll on a floured bench to 1 cm thickness Cut into circles using a large cutter I use my favourite tuna tin cutter to make 10cm circles Re roll the trimmings and you should end up with 15 muffins Place on floured trays and rest for 10 minutes Bake them for 7 minutes then turn them over and bake a further 7 minutes until lightly golden To serve split muffins in half and toast lightly top with jam honey ham or whatever else you fancy Cook s Tip If you are planning on freezing the muffins split them

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