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Scottish Shortbread

Mar 18, 2009 | From the kitchen of Rose

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woodywolston
woodywolston in reply to comment from Evan
05/14/2017 07:50 AM

Hi Evan,
Baking temperature is 275 F.
Rose & Woody

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The baking stated 275 deg F but she said 325 deg F. So confusing.

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Hi Kathy,
The Video's recipe states 2-1/2 cups. The recipe is also in Rose's Christmas Cookies book.
Rose & Woody

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Kathy Vanderwyk
Kathy Vanderwyk
12/ 5/2016 06:34 AM

Hi Rose
I'm making Christmas cookies and would like to make shortbread. I have watched your video a few times but I didn't get the amount of flour you used. I'm guessing it was around a cup? Love your recipes!

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I am having trouble making shortbread. I am in Az and hunidity is v. low. I just can't make it into dough. It comes out of the oven very crummy - just not shortbread. When I makeit in OR I don't have the problem. I use 4oz flour, 2oz rice flour, 6oz butter and 2oz fine suger. Any ideas? D

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Coincidentally I made some two days ago, my husband is Scottish so it's a favourite of his! This time I flavoured it with a teaspoonful of ginger powder and some finely chopped stem ginger, very delicious!!!!

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Oh my... it's soooo easy. Give it a try, you won't regret it (well, maybe you will after you eat more than you should because it's so good).

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Zach Townsend
Zach Townsend
03/18/2009 05:08 PM

I could eat shortbread all day, but strangely have never attempted to make it (just a matter of finding the time), but this puts me that much closer to the possibility!

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