Tea Biscuits

Ingredients: 

4tsp baking powder

2cups flour

1/2tsp salt

½ c raisons, currents, dried or fresh blueberries or cranberries (optional)

Measure out the amount of powdered milk that you would need to make 2/3 of a cup. ON A CLEAN PIECE OF PAPER NOTE HOW MUCH WATER YOU WILL NEED TO ADD IF YOU WERE REHYDRATING THE MILK.

In a sep bag, take along extra flour for kneading.

Cooking Equipment: 

Outback oven or fry pan

Cooking Time: 
15 min
Serves: 
5
Instructions: 

Measure out the amount of powdered milk that you would need to make 2/3 of a cup. ON A CLEAN PIECE OF PAPER NOTE HOW MUCH WATER YOU WILL NEED TO ADD IF YOU WERE REHYDRATING THE MILK. In a sep bag, take along extra flour for kneading. Bag it in a sturdy bag. Take 4 tblsp marg. At the site: Remove the piece of paper that has the amount of water you need written on it. Measure out the water. Leaving your dried stuff in the bag, make sure that it is well mixed. Add in the marg. A little at a time, alternating with the amount of water you had noted. Knead as you go. You want to form a fairly dry dough. Dump mixture out onto a lightly floured surface, and pat it down. Can either cut into biscuits, or can make it into one big scone, as long as they are approx ½ - ¾ inch thick Cook at 325 F for 10-15 min. (the B in “Bake” in an Outback oven)

Comments: 

These will keep for days, and resist crumbling well. Good with jam, honey, cheese etc. Submitted By: cheryl

Vegetarian Recipe: 
No
Dehydrated Meal: 
No
Preparation Difficulty: 
moderate