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Makes 8 Ingredients 175g self-raising flour 55g oat bran 1 tsp baking powder 55g soft margarine 25g soft brown sugar 7 tbsp buttermilk 110g blackberries 50g blue cheese, crumbled 50g walnuts, roughly chopped Method 1. Heat the oven to 220C/gas mark 7. Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix to a soft dough. Lightly knead and roll out to 1.25cm/1/2″ thickness, cut out 6.25cm/2″ rounds. 2. Serve with butter and a slice of blue cheese.
Ingredients 500g strong flour 85g sugar 30g baking powder 85g butter 2 eggs 225ml milk 110g rasberries Method 1. Remove all trays from the oven bar the central tray and preheat to 200C. 2. Sift the flour and baking powder into a larger bowl and add the sugar, the butter, cut into small cubes and slowly add the milk and until it forms dough. 3. Gently work the dough until smooth, but unlike bread making, do not over work. Add the raspberries and gently work into the dough. Roll out the dough using a rolling pin on a floured surface until 4cm thick, cut out into
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