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Figures from salt dough with their hands photo

Figures from salt dough with their hands photo

Date: 18.10.2018, 21:53 / View: 51232

I’m not just for Christmas decorations!

Salt dough is cheap and cheerful! Easy ingredients, easy to prepare and hard-wearing. A perfect combination.

It doesn’t matter what quantities you are using. It works on a principle of half, whole and whole.

1 qty of plain flour, ½ qty table salt and ½ qty of cold tap water.

For today’s batch I have used:

1 Cup of flour (8oz / 225g)

½ Cup of Salt (4oz / 112g)

½ Cup of cold water (4floz / 100ml)

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Mix the flour and salt, together, in a bowl

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Gradually add water and mix with a metal spoon. Do not add all at once.

It’s ready. It should not be so much water.

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Time to get your hands in. Make into a ball. Beware! Salt can irritate some people’s hands. I’m not making multiple batches. Make sure you clean your hands thoroughly and salt (draws out moisture).

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Knead the dough directly to your board or board. I have to use it a lot. If you’ve got your consistency right you shouldn’t need a dusting of flour. But if it starts to stick add some flour and work in.

Knead until you like cookie / biscuit dough.

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Make into a ball and press down to flatten.

Salt Dough

Roll out to the desired thickness.

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Use cutters to make the required shapes. Make cookies or biscuits.

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Place directly onto a non-stick tray.

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Place in a pre-heated cool oven (lowest setting) for 3-4 hours in total! Yep ... it's a long time! I turn them over half way through. Some recipes suggest microwaving, but I have never had success with this. Experience It can be done if you’re not in a hurry.

Whats up today?

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Salt dough is the best used when fresh. However, you can wrap the film and refrigerate for up to 3 days. It can be a little bit more flour. I’ve been up to scratch when I have.

This is what I do with mine ...

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What will you do with yours?


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