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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Golden Syrup Dumplings


1 cup self raising flour
Pinch salt
1 dessertspoon butter
1 egg
little milk
SYRUP ingredients
2 cups water
1 cup sugar
2 dessertspoons butter
2 tablespoons golden syrup

Sift flour and salt into basin. Rub in butter.
Beat egg and add to flour to make a dry dough.
Roll dough into small dumplings (size of a small walnut) between your hands.
Place all ingredients for syrup into 4 pint saucepan, and heat until boiling.
Add dumplings all at once.
Cook gently 15-20 minutes (put them on as you serve the first course of your meal).
Serve with vanilla icecream (NOT low fat) and cream.

Source: Your Life Choices