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EET-SUM-MOR Treats

EET-SUM-MOR Treats
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time

25 min
Serves

8
Excellent teatime treats, that melts in your mouth and quick and easy to make.
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Source:  SHANAAZ
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Ingredients

  • 250 gr butter (very soft)
  • 1/2 cup sunflower oil
  • 1 cup icing sugar
  • 3 Tablespoons corn flour
  • 3 and half cups Cake flour

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Cooking Directions

  1. Cream butter, oil and icing sugar.

  2. Add corn flour and cake flour.

  3. Make a soft dough.

  4. Shape into small bars.

  5. Refridgerate for half and hour.

  6. Slice into 1cm thick slices or round-shape and place on baking tray.

  7. Bake @ 180 degrees celcius - for 20 minutes - until pale brown in colour.

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Comments posted by users for EET-SUM-MOR Treats recipe:

  1. I tried the recipe and it came out well but there an after taste. I followed the directions well, how do I get rid of the after taste.

    on May 11 2012 12:49PM Report Abuse PETER
  2. cake flour is a finely sifted flour, white swan is a common brand in north america, you can double sift regular flour as an alternative.

    on Mar 3 2010 11:10AM Report Abuse Guest
  3. Dear Guest +Shanaaz Self raising flour and Cake flour are one and the same. Different countries call things by different names. All purpose flour is plain flour in Britain. Hope this clears it up. Keep cooking :)

    on Jan 22 2010 6:51AM Report Abuse Guest
  4. The flour with baking powder is called self raising flour.

    on Jan 18 2010 3:29PM Report Abuse SHANAAZ
  5. I think cake flour comes with a blend of baking powder. Please check.

    on Jan 17 2010 12:34AM Report Abuse Guest
  6. Cake flour is ordinary all purpose flour. It is used to bake breads, cakes, and biscuits and rotis. I dont know what it is called in your country.

    on Jan 14 2010 1:54PM Report Abuse SHANAAZ
  7. what is cake flour?

    on Jan 11 2010 7:26AM Report Abuse Guest

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