Anzac Biscuits are crisp oatmeal cookies that are very good with tea. Various associations in Australia and New Zealand make them around Anzac Day to fundraise for veterans.
Use to stuff poultry or rolled pork.
Very delicious, with a rich enough taste to set out at special occasions.
A very interesting and yummy way to present mincemeat. Nice served warm.
Wheat germ is very good for you, but not very tasty. This recipe, with the brown sugar and raisins, may entice people into eating it.
Even better made the day ahead to give the flavours a chance to marry, then actually baked on the day you need it.
Oat Flour © Denzil Green Oat Flour is a flour made by grinding oats into a powder. If you like oats, you will love the flavour and moisture that Oat Flour can add to baked goods, though it can make them chewier and more crumbly. Oat Flour is particularly good in quick breads and cookies….
Oat milk (aka oat drink) is a solution of water and finely ground oats. It has no real flavour, either pleasant or unpleasant. It thickens up in cooking, like cow’s milk. It can even be used in custards and cakes, mashed potatoes, etc. You can buy oat milk already made in stores. It is sold…
Oat Sprouts must be made from unhulled, untreated oats. They won’t sprout from “whole oats” or “oat groats”, as these have been hulled. The thick hull of the oat makes the sprouts very hard to chew. Cooking Tips Oat Sprouts are mostly used in recipes. They can be chopped and added to bread dough or…
A classic Scottish quickbread recipe.
This is a classic Irish bread recipe. It is best served warm, or toasted.
This cake is traditionally made a day or two ahead of Guy Fawke’s Night, then served on the night at the bonfire gathering.
This is so fast, the two minutes this takes is barely enough time to organize the tea and toast to go with. Once you’ve made porridge in a microwave, you’ll never go back to cleaning up a sticky porridge pot again.
These fritters taste as good as they are good for you.