Tuesday, June 16, 2015

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Preheat oven to 350 ° F / 180 ° C / gas 4
  • 23cm x 33cm Grease a tin / 9 "x 13" Swiss roll and line the bottom with parchment paper.
  • Put heat the syrup and butter in a large saucepan and gently until the butter is melted into the syrup and mix well. Be sure to add all the molasses, it is sometimes difficult to obtain accurate and is always better than less, but if you do not want to fall apart your sticky flapjack.
  • Put the oats in a large pan, add a pinch of salt (ginger hit if used) and pour it over to coat the mixture of butter and syrup and stir the oats.
  • Pour into the prepared pan and spread evenly to fill the mold, ensuring the surface remains.
  • Are in a preheated oven for 25 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the oven, while the flapjack is still a little soft, they will harden as it cools.
  • Place the pan on a wire cooling rack and cut into squares and let flapjack in the box until completely cold.

The flapjack is kept in an airtight container.

Alternatives to the traditional recipe of Flapjack

The above recipe is a traditional flapjack, but there are many alternatives - limited by your imagination. Here are some of my favorite pancakes, so much fun to ring the changes.

The manufacturing process of these alternatives flapjack sales when the same as straight up and that the amounts of the ingredients as follows.

Coconut Flapjack - using the same amount of porridge and add 2 oz / 55 g dried coconut and continue the previous recipes.

Apricot and Honey Flapjack - a healthy recipe that traditional flapjack. Take 3½oz / 100 g butter 3 oz / 85 g sugar and 3 tablespoons honey, oatmeal 12 oz / 350g with 3½oz / 100 g dried apricots mixed, finely chopped, 1 small banana, mashed potatoes.
Nuts and seeds - 2 tablespoons nuts and chopped 2 tbsp mixed seeds such as pumpkin and / or sunflower to the base mixture.

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