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Homebaked Vegan Cookies: Rock & Ruby Buns

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“OK, we are going to make some very simple cookies. They call it rock bun, yes? Rock bun. About 220 grams or 250 grams of flour.” “A pinch of salt. Remember when baking, you should put some salt. It tastes much better than just sugar alone.” “And 100 grams of vegan butter or margarine. Add 250 grams of flour – all-purpose flour, or plain flour, or self-raising flour, 30 grams of mixed peel, and 75 grams or 80 grams, a little bit more or less, of mixed dried fruits. I have here cranberry dried, sultanas and raisins. OK, and we’re going to mix the flour first together with the vegan margarine, a pinch of salt, and the 50 grams of sugar.”

“Now you put a few vegan yogurts in it, three of the simple small vegan yogurts, plain yogurt.” “You put about half a bowl of vegan milk. You mix it first to see how it goes. There, you put a little vegan milk first and mix it to become a stiff dough. And then you can form it into biscuits or scones or buns.” “Make sure you mix it well, but lightly. Don’t knead it. There, fine, OK. Now you can mix all the mixed fruit in it.”

“You preheat your oven 200°C or 400°F.” “You just grab this with your hand, flour, so it doesn’t stick to your hand too much. And then you just put any piece about wrist size like that. Just put it on the tray, more or less, it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t have to be a good shape or anything. More flour. You divide it big or small as you like it, there is no rule, just have fun.” “And now you put a little sesame on top of them. On top of each of them, just a pinch of sesame.”

“Right, now you put it in the oven. Leave it in there for 10 to 15 minutes, but you have to watch it.” “We check it out now if it’s OK or not. O-oh, not enough, we have to bake it a little longer. It’s not brown, golden yet.” “So now they are cold already. You can transfer them to a tray or a dish, yes, ready to eat.”
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