Jam Buns
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Jam Buns

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Serves 1 - 10 Cakes

These buns are a firm family favourite,yummy jammy buns, a mixture between a donut and a jam tart, perfect!

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  • 340g Self Raising Flour
  • 85g Margarine
  • 120g Caster Sugar
  • Raspberry Jam (or Jam/chocolate spread of your choice)
  • 6 tbs Milk


    1. pre-heat oven to 170C/fan 150C/gas 5
    2. seive flour, Rub in margarine until it resembles breadcrumbs, add sugar
    3. add the milk to the mixture, little by little until it is a soft but not too wet dough.
    4. place the dough onto a floured surface and knead lightly until completely smooth
    5. Roll out dough to about 0.75 cms thick, cut into round ( 12cms in diameter, a glass can be used for this) place a teaspoon of jam on to each one.
    6. Damp edges of dough and fold them inwards to cover the jam. Put buns onto a greased tray, joined side down, they do spread to twice the size so leave plenty of room between each one,
    7. Bake in a fairly hot oven for 15 - 20 mins
    8. cool on wire rack
    9. enjoy!

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