Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Making Edible Spoons...

Buy a loaf of sliced ​​bread, thick white toasting works very well but must sliced ​​bread will do, you can try whole meal etc...

Discard the two ends with the thick crust, the fresher the loaf the thinner it can be rolled out.

Four slices of bread will make about twelve spoons
Take a slice of bread and roll it out with a rolling pin Using lots of pressure, then reverse the slice and repeat on the other side to make as thin as Possible
Using the cutter on the rolled out bread cut out two or three flat spoon shapes, it is best to do this on a hard surface Using lots of pressure and moving it to ensure a clean cut.
Take the song supp stainless steel former bread and place a cut out shape over it and press thumbs Using you well in all around the bowl and the handle part so That it is molded in prick with fork to preventDefault bubbling.
Repeat for all the formers.

NOTE: Not suitable for microwave oven ash formers are metal.
When all the formers are filled put on an oven tray and place in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees centigrade and bake for 15 to 20 minutes until Slightly brown, They are now ready.

Take the tray out of the oven and baked remove the spoons from the formers All which will be ready for the next batch.
Fill the baked spoons with assorted fillings.
Arrange on a tray and They Are Ready to be served.


You take a spoon from the cutlery drawer, press a piece of paper and pull it over, so you around the shape of the spoon gets, Including the dam. Then cut it out, this is now 'mold'.
 Then make a flat bread with a rolling pin, the type of bread is not important.
Lay your paper on a flat spoon bread and cut with a sharp knife, (but clean scissors I found easier and you get nice straight edges).
Druk dan het uitgeknipte brood goed stevig vast. Then cut the bread well tightly. Invetten hoeft niet. Greasing is not necessary.
 I took them over 10 minutes in the oven at 200 degrees.  They leave very easily from the (hete!) spoons.
You now have a spoon bread, with a convenient handle and you can fill at their discretion.
 I'm also a try with a little kebab and garlic sauce. (And the next day of course bread pudding eat the leftovers).                                       ENJOY!!