Call the family and friends with a great big Coooeee. Anzac cooking time.
Friday the 25th April is Anzac Day which celebrates not only the Anzac’s (the Australian and New Zealand actions during the campaign) at Gallipoli campaign. Athough their military objectives failed it left a powerful legacy shaping the way we view both our past and future. It’s a day of remembrance and thanks for those that have given their lives or fought to keep Australia a free nation. Read more…
Cooking brings friends and family together and no simper way than making Anzac cookies. Yes, we can buy them but making your own is something special.
Also, give making damper a go (recipe below). It’s an iconic campfire soda bread worth having a go at home if you have not gone camping.
Harvest Hub member, Grace, let us know that the favourite in their household is Anzac Toast – simply Turkish bread toasted with butter and vegemite.
- 1 cup rolled oats
- 1 cup soft brown sugar
- 1 cup desiccated coconut
- 1 tbs of golden syrup
- ¾ cup of flour
- 2 tbs of butter or coconut oil
- 1 tsp of bi-carb soda (dissolved in 2 tbs of boiling water)
- ½ cup of dried cranberries.
- Preheat oven really low 150C.
- On low heat, place in a saucepan the butter (or coconut oil) and melt it slowly. In a bowl dissolve bicarb soda with a little hot water then add the golden syrup and melted butter.
- Into a separate bowl sieve flour then add dry ingredients. Stir in the saucepan of liquids above.
- With a tablespoon make small balls and place on baking paper and bake in pre-warmed oven. Bake 15-20 minutes.
- Let them harden on the baking tray. When cool store them in an airtight container.