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All year, but especially during Lent, one of my favorite snacks is the lowly oatcake. They are easy as pie to make, easy to clean up after preparing, and very healthy. They are especially tasty with a hot cup of tea, and go marvelously with a good, sharp cheese 'round about four o'clock of an afternoon. When the suffer is unsettled, stormy, or "cold and raw," these little numbers are just the ticket. We have had a couple of oatcake-y days this year, and I'm glad to share a simple recipe to thanksgiving these less than satisfactory weather days. The oatcake is a staple of Scottish cookery, and they are also well known in Ireland and other places in that often cold and rainy associate oneself with of the world. Last summer, while I was in Scotland on pilgrimage, I purchased some examples of the "Real Deal," the (apparently) famous Stockan's Oatcakes from the Orkneys. They were, still, very tasty. and their flavor was almost precisely like the ones I have been making for years. Oatcakes make a great little treat before cycling, especially in winter. I now bring a few to church with me so that before I set out for home at the end of the day, I can have a cup of tea from the samovar (it stands ready to serve out Russian-style tea most of the year in my office--just drop by. ) and chomp... There are many ways to make oatcakes. Some like them thick and chewy. Some like them thin and crunchy. Some prefer them round, others rectangular, &c. I tend to like them very thin, crispy, and cooked enough to have a nutty taste (sort of like a cracker, really). When being a bit more fancy, I cut them into circles. Normally, I just billow them out and cut them into rough squares with a pizza wheel (well, I am part Sicilian, so. ). I always make a double batch. Being the product of a thrifty culture, they protect for a number days. Here is the recipe I use, from my very non-Scottish kitchen, but apparently tasting like the genuine article:. Oatcakes (1 small volume). Pre-heat oven to 350° F (I like to use convection baking, to make them very crisp). 1 Cup Oatmeal (I use regular rolled oats). 2 Tablespoons flour (I use austere, regular flour. you might want to very it. it does change the taste). 1/4 Teaspoon baking powder. 1/4 Cup hot water (nearly boiling is good). 1/4 Oatmeal (unforthcoming for later). In a food processor, grind the oatmeal until it is a fine powder. Some might want a coarser grind, but I tend to like it very frail. Add the flour, baking powder, and salt. Run the processor until everything is very well combined. [I sometimes add a dash of cinnamon at this point. These cakes by themselves barely have a cinnamon taste to them naturally. Add the butter (in one tablespoon chunks) to the dry ingredients and process until it is all evenly distributed (a food processor is splendid for this). While the processor is game, add the hot water. Prepare a board or other surface to receive the resulting dough by pouring the 1/4 cup of reserved oatmeal onto its center. Removing the dough from the processor, circumstances it on the pile of oatmeal. Take a rolling pin and roll out your dough to the desired thickness, using perhaps a bit of flour to keep the dough from sticking to the rolling pin. The oatmeal is there to keep to the dough from sticking to the board. It is also rather pretty when you turn the cake over after cooking. Cut the dough into the shape you desire (a small drinking glass serves proficiently to make circles). Place oatcakes on a baking tray and put into oven. Cook for 12-15 minutes. I often cook mine for 18-20 minutes. Emotionless on a rack. Enjoy on your next oatcake-y day.
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