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Contributed by Helen. Thank-you!

Helen said: "The following recipe comes from Mary Contini’s new book entitled ‘Easy Peasy, Sweetie Pie’. I’m a big fan of this talented Scottish writer who has a passion for improving the diet of children in particular and making them realize that its fun to cook and ‘easy peasy’ to make simply delicious food." "Easy Peasy Sweetie Pie" by Mary Contini is published by Ebury Press, London.



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Flora's Flop Flops
Ingredients:
 • 225g of self-raising flour
 • 1 teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda
 • a pinch of salt
 • 1 tablespoon of castor sugar
 • 1 large egg
 • 275ml of semi-skimmed milk
 • some butter for frying
Directions:
 1.  Sift the flour into a large mixing bowl.
 2.  Add the bicarbonate of soda, a pinch of salt and the sugar and mix everything together.
 3.  Break the egg into a small bowl and beat it with a fork. Add it to the mixing bowl.
 4.  Add the milk.
 5.  Use a balloon whisk to mix everything together to make a thick batter. Don’t worry about any lumps – keep
     mixing and they will disappear.
 6.  Cover the bowl with cling film and leave it for an hour or so.
 7.  Melt a small blob of butter in the frying pan over a medium heat. When it starts to sizzle, put 3 or 4
     tablespoons of the thick batter into the frying pan, spaced well apart.
 8.  Turn down the heat and cook the Flop Flops for 3-4 minutes until lots of little bubbles appear on the
     surface and they start to brown underneath.
 9.  Slide a fish knife underneath and use a fork to help you carefully flip each one over. Cook them for
     another 2-3 minutes on the other side until they are golden brown.
 10. Put the cooked Flip Flops on the warmed plate and cover them with a clean tea towel. Keep them in a warm
     place and cook the rest of the batter in the same way.
 11. There are very nice eaten still warm with butter and a big blob of jam.
 12. You could also add 2 tablespoons of raisins or blueberries to the batter.

 

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