October 05, 2016
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"Recently going through my DM's effects I came across some old mini cookbooks circa early 1970's and this is from the one titled Traditional Scottish Cookery. Times are estimated."
Combine flours and sugar in a mixing bowl and then work in butter until the dough is the consistency of shortcrust.
Turn dough on to a board and knead till smooth.
Cut into portions and shape into round, this amount will make four small rounds.
Place on greaseproof paper in a baking tin and prick with a fork.
Put in a preheated oven at 350F and when the cakes begin to colour (from 20 to 30 minutes), lower the heat and continue to cook till golden brown.
Allow to cool in the tin.
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