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Homemade Coconut Treacle (Pani) Hoppers
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* 250 grams Rice Flour * ½ Tablespoons Yeast * 2 Tablespoons Sugar * 50 milliliters Lukewarm Water * 1-½ cup Coconut Milk, Divided Use * 8 Tablespoons Coconut Treacle * 1 whole Egg Beaten * 1 teaspoon Salt Sift the flour into a large bowl. Mix yeast, sugar and water in a small bowl. Leave 10 minutes until frothy. Add the yeast mixture and 3/4 cups of coconut milk to the flour. Mix well. Now knead by hand for 10 minutes. The batter should be thick. Cover the batter and allow to rise for 1 hour. After that, add the remaining milk coconut treacle and egg. Mix well. Add salt. The batter will be like pancake batter. Now heat a round-bottomed pan or wok on medium heat. When hot, rub the pan thoroughly with an oiled cloth. Now pour a ladleful of batter into the pan and turn the pan so that the batter sticks to the sides of the pan. Cover with a lid and cook over medium heat. After 2 to 3 minutes, the edges will have become golden and the center soft and spongy. Now fold it in half and press the edges together. You are looking for a crescent shape (which is standard for pani hoppers). I have done this in the photo above. Carefully loosen the edges using a flat wooden spoon or butter knife. Serve and enjoy.  
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Treacle Scones
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Treacle rings are traditionally a Maltese holiday treat, but they're often eaten year-round.
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Popular in the United Kingdom, treacle is a syrup made in the refining of sugar cane. Treacle Tart has become a curiosity in other countries due to being in the Harry Potter books. In Canada, look for Lyle's Golden Syrup. Or you can substitute 2/3 ...
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Treacle Scones recipe. Ready In: 30 min. Makes 12 servings 107 per serving Ingredients: flour, all-purpose, baking powder, salt, molasses, butter, milk, butter
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2 lbs. brown sugar2 lbs. black treacle1/2 lb. margarine1. Put all ingredients together into a pan, allow to dissolve slowly, stirring all the time.2. Bring mixture to boil and allow to boil for 5 minutes, again stirring.3. Test a drop of ...
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Translated from medieval Scottish, farl means, "the fourth part." In this version, quartered rounds of dark bread are sweetened with treacle, which is similar to molasses, and lightly spiced with ginger. The mixture may occasionally include a handful of raisins or other dried fruit, but the bread is always served sliced and buttered, with a cup of tea.
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2 lbs. brown sugar2 lbs. black treacle1/2 lb. margarine1. Put all ingredients together into a pan, allow to dissolve slowly, stirring all the time.2. Bring mixture to boil and allow to boil for 5 minutes, again stirring.3. Test a drop of ...
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A traditional Irish bread.
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Hobbyzu
I had these for the first time when I moved to Scotland. This is what would happen if gingerbread and scones had kids. :-) I doubled the recipe when I made them and am not sure if I miscalculated, but there was a lot of liquid! So, if your dough is too liquidy, add small amounts of flour until you have a soft dough. They will still come out great! :-)
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