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OakCakes Recipe

Yield: 1 Serving 1 pt Mixed milk and water 1 oz Yeast 6 oz Fine oatmeal 3 oz Plain flour 1 ts Salt (or slightly less) Mix the flour salt and oatmeal. Warm the liquid and stir in gradually to make a smooth batter. Crumble in the yeast stir gently and leave to stand in a warm place for 20 mins.

Stir again and cook in a stong well greased frying pan. Pour in enough batter to cover the base fairly thinly and trun out when cooked. Remarks: This recipe is heavily adapted but works. Traditionally the oat cakes were cooked on a `backstone' - a stone or iron sheet over an open fire. It is still possible in some places in Yorkshire to buy a `girdle' a cast iron sheet about 12 in diameter with a hoop handle - these are ideal.

When cooked the oatcakes where hung on plain wooden rack suspended from the ceiling known as bread fleaks. The oatcakes were eaten either fresh or dried. They can be fried with bacon or suttered and eaten alone with cheese treacle golden syrup etc.

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By: Debbie



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