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Easiest Jam Roly Poly

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Serves 4

Simple Jam Roly Poly ready in half an hour with the same great taste!

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Ingredients

  • 8oz Self Raising Flour
  • 4 oz Butter
  • 4 oz Sugar
  • Half a Jar of Strawberry Jam
  • 30ml Water

Method

    1. Rub butter into flour and sugar until it looks like crumble
    2. Add up to 30ml of water until it starts to blend together and make a pastry like texture and look.
    3. Roll out the pastry so it is flat using flour underneath to stop it sticking !
    4. Add the Jam into the middle and fold over or roll over so all the jam is covered by pastry.
    5. Paint the pastry with a mixture of egg and milk so it will go nice and brown - bake for about 20 - 30 minutes until it goes a goldeny brown (not too brown though).
    6. Add Custard to serve and enjoy !

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wilbellis
7th Oct, 2012
I found this recipe a bit difficult to follow, the instructions were too simple. How thick should the pastry be rolled? approx what size do I roll it to? What temps do I cook it at? I've used the ingredients and will guess the rest - fingers crossed!
macskitchen
19th Feb, 2012
What gas mark would you recommend? Cook in middle or top of oven?
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