WELCH GRIDDLE CAKES (sweet biscuits)
|Categories:||Other Side Dishes, Other Appetizers, Biscuits|
|Keywords:||Ethnic, raisins, welsh|
|Serves:||Family & guests|
|1 c||unbleached white flour|
|1/4 c||white sugar|
|1 tsp||baking powder|
|1/4 c||shortening ..... i used butter flavored crisco|
|1/4 c||raisins...or currants|
|2 to 4 Tbsp||milk|
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DirectionsHave an electric non-stick griddle
or a heavy cast-iron pan
and a 2-1/2 inch plain round cutter ready.
In a bowl combine flour,baking soda and salt.Add the shortening and using 2 knives or an pastry blender cut the shortening into the flour mixture.
With your hands,rub the flour and shortening until the ingredients are the size of small peas then rapidly between your fingers until it is the consistency like salt.Stir in the raisins or currants together
.with the milk..keep the liquid to a minimun!
Flour the counter lightly and roll out
the dough to 1/3 inch thick.
Use the cutter and cut out the rounds.Heat the griddle to 250-275 degrees
or the cast-iron skillet over low heat.Cook 5-6 minutes a side till lightly browned.
Turn over and cook the same 5-6 minutes.
A toothpick inserted in the middle,
should come out clean.
Transfer to a wire rack, and sprinkle with sugar
They should look like this when sprinkled with sugar....YUMMY!
Note: stock foto from the internet.So sad to bad!
Just when I had it made up to perfection,
and on the griddle, I answered the phone ..
got involved with the conversation...
forgot my little cakes..
and here is a picture..
of part of my burnt Welsh Gridle Cake!
I will be making them again...very soon.
I might as well show you this picture of
what can happen if you turn your back.
I never said I was perfect!!....LOL
Note: Cooked foto is what they should look like.
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