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Currant Buns 
Recipe Name Currant Buns 
Difficulty Level Easy 
Traditional food from United Kingdom 
Ingredients 1 pound white-bread flour, or whole-wheat flour, or part whole-wheat
1 cup and 2 tablespoons lukewarm water
1 cake compressed yeast
1 teaspoons salt
1/3 cup sugar
3 tablespoons cooking oil
cup dried currants 
Preparation 1. Pre heat the oven to 210C

2. Clean the currants, and remove any stalks.

3. Put the lukewarm water in a dish, crumble the yeast cake into it, and stir until the yeast is entirely dissolved.

4. Mix the currants with the liquids, then stir in the sugar, salt, and oil.

5. Add this mixture to the flour, and stir it to a dough with a spoon.

6. Move the dough on to a floured board, and knead it till it is perfectly smooth.

7. Divide into small pieces and place on a baking tray or into bun tins.

8. Let the buns rise, then brush over with beaten egg and bake for twenty minutes. 
 

 

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