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    Mike Muth Guest

    Default REC: ANZAC Biscuits

    ANZAC Biscuits - an Australian recipe
    These biscuits were originally prepared for shipment to Australian and
    New Zealand troops stationed in Europe and the Middle East. They were
    made from ingredients which would not spoil during the shipment from
    Australia/New Zealand to the theater of war. Use of the word "ANZAC"
    is protected under Australian law but is permitted with recipes such
    as the one below, which was found at the Australian War Memorial. The
    word "cookie" may not be used to refer to this recipe.

    1 cup flour
    1 cup sugar
    1 cup rolled oats
    1 cup coconut
    4 ounces butter
    1 Tbsp treacle
    2 Tbsp boiling water
    1 tsp baking soda

    Pre-heat oven to 350 F.
    Grease a cookie sheet.
    Combine the flour, sugar, rolled oats, and coconut.
    Melt the butter and treacle together.
    Dissolve the baking soda in the water.
    Add the baking soda solution to the butter.
    Mix the butter mixture into the dry ingredients.
    Drop by teaspoons onto the baking sheet, allowing room for spreading.
    Bake until golden, usually 10 to 15 minutes.
    Allow to cool on the baking sheet for a few minutes.
    Transfer to wire racks and allow to finish cooling.

  2. #2
    Reggie Guest

    Default Re: ANZAC Biscuits


    "Mike Muth" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    ANZAC Biscuits - an Australian recipe
    These biscuits were originally prepared for shipment to Australian and
    New Zealand troops stationed in Europe and the Middle East. They were
    made from ingredients which would not spoil during the shipment from
    Australia/New Zealand to the theater of war. Use of the word "ANZAC"
    is protected under Australian law but is permitted with recipes such
    as the one below, which was found at the Australian War Memorial. The
    word "cookie" may not be used to refer to this recipe.


    I'll call it a cookie if I damn well please. Jeez!

    I'll even call it an ANZAC cookie, and nobody can stop me, not even in
    Australia.

    I do love those ANZACs, and their history, though.



  3. #3
    gloria p Guest

    Default Re: REC: ANZAC Biscuits

    On 9/29/2012 3:51 PM, Mike Muth wrote:
    > ANZAC Biscuits - an Australian recipe
    > These biscuits were originally prepared for shipment to Australian and
    > New Zealand troops stationed in Europe and the Middle East. They were
    > made from ingredients which would not spoil during the shipment from
    > Australia/New Zealand to the theater of war. Use of the word "ANZAC"
    > is protected under Australian law but is permitted with recipes such
    > as the one below, which was found at the Australian War Memorial. The
    > word "cookie" may not be used to refer to this recipe.
    >
    > 1 cup flour
    > 1 cup sugar
    > 1 cup rolled oats
    > 1 cup coconut
    > 4 ounces butter
    > 1 Tbsp treacle
    > 2 Tbsp boiling water
    > 1 tsp baking soda
    >
    > Pre-heat oven to 350 F.
    > Grease a cookie sheet.


    OOOOh, you said COOKIE!

    gloria p


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    Boylovely Guest

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