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Walkers Scottish Oat Cakes?
24 December 2016, 18:29,
#11
RE: Walkers Scottish Oat Cakes?
Milk and Brown sugar creates a wasted effort.

You can eat pressed sawdust with milk, brown sugar and a touch of maple syrup.
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24 December 2016, 20:33,
#12
RE: Walkers Scottish Oat Cakes?
Perhaps you can, but I like oatmeal, and wanted to try them that way.

So far best bet seems to be lightly toasted to warm them up, with just a bit of butter and/or jam.

Peanut butter is also very good on them, but that might seem an American corruption, and if so I take my punishment...

73 de KE4SKY
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"Almost Heaven" West Virginia
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24 December 2016, 20:35,
#13
RE: Walkers Scottish Oat Cakes?
Yum! Oatcakes. We eat ours with cheese and chutney straight from the packet. Also pretty good smothered with butter and home made jam.
When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.
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24 December 2016, 22:24,
#14
RE: Walkers Scottish Oat Cakes?
MaryN, Butter and jam seem the logical choice, but I will try cheese and chutney!

73 de KE4SKY
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"Almost Heaven" West Virginia
USA
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24 December 2016, 23:46,
#15
RE: Walkers Scottish Oat Cakes?
These are the ones I like but don't think they're available on Amazon.com

http://www.wabel.com/p/nairns-oatcakes/2...h_oatcakes

Just wondered, have you ever had Scottish Dumpling? also known as Clootie? it's a real winter filler and high energy. You can also eat it with savoury food like bacon, sausage, and eggs, and you can fry/grill it as well.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/clootiepudding_9528

I have to say I've never made it (yet), but have relatives that post it to us from bonny Scotland. We got about 5 Kilos of it recently and cut it up and stored it in the freezer.
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1 January 2017, 06:11,
#16
RE: Walkers Scottish Oat Cakes?
Why not try a Bannock recipe using oatmeal instead of whole meal flour? Or as Damper, in the Australian way...?



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