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16 Feb
11:16am, 16 Feb 2020
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Rosehip
That's a good idea Sharkie - I always have plain stewed apples in the freezer
16 Feb
11:20am, 16 Feb 2020
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Sharkie
:-) I know we are often like minded about recipes!
16 Feb
2:18pm, 16 Feb 2020
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Lizzie W
Sorry, I assumed it was on that thread. I'll add it when I'm home.
16 Feb
3:09pm, 16 Feb 2020
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Rosehip
:)
17 Feb
7:36am, 17 Feb 2020
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Jock Itch
Famous Apple and Date flapjack recipe from RW. Best I've ever tasted, seriously !

225g Butter

225g Sugar

2 tbsp Honey

350g Oats

1tsp Cinnamon

2 eating apples peeled and chopped

200g Chopped dates

Melt butter ,sugar and honey

Stir in oats and cinnamon

Cook apples and dates for 5 mins

Put one layer of oat mixture in tin. one layer of fruit and top with a layer of oats.

Bake 180 degrees C for 30 mins.
19 Feb
9:29pm, 19 Feb 2020
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Lizzie W
Fetch Flapjack
20 x 30 ish cm tin, lined with baking paper
Double the quantities for a softer (thicker) result
100g butter, 75g golden syrup, 75g soft brown sugar (or part Demerara), 225g rolled oats.

Melt butter, sugar & syrup together. Stir in oats well. Gently press into tin. Bake 180*C 25-30mins.
Variations: 1) 2 ripe bananas, mashed, mix well in; 2) mix in handfuls of raisins, chopped dried apricots/dates, seeds etc; 3) in double quantity, layer about a quarter jar of jam in between 2 layers (raspberry/apricot/blackcurrant/plum/mincemeat...)
20 Feb
6:56am, 20 Feb 2020
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Rosehip
I like the idea of a jam layer :)
20 Feb
8:01pm, 20 Feb 2020
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Jock Itch
Fair enough.
11 Mar
9:44pm, 11 Mar 2020
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McGoohan
Thought I'd pop back on here and say a big 'thankyou' to Rosehip. I did turkey steak schnitzels tonight and followed her suggestion of

- flour first
- then egg with a bit of milk
- finally the breadcrumbs

To be 'fancy' I added some ground almond to my breadcrumbs. Mwah. Dee-lish and worked a treat, so thanks Rosehip :-)
11 Mar
9:58pm, 11 Mar 2020
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Rosehip
:) jolly good :)

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