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Thread: Gong to a 40th, Need to bring a plate that doesn't need heating. IDEAS?

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    Here you go:
    2 cups SR flour
    pinch salt
    3/4 cup milk
    1 tab butter



    (I use powdered milk - about a tablespoon and use 3/4 cup water)
    Rub butter into flour (and milk powder if you use that) and salt
    Cut in milk until a smooth consistency.

    Then I just roll out into a rectangle, add my toppings, roll up and slice and put onto tray. I usually sprinkle a bit of extra cheese over the top before baking.

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    Thanks ausgirl. Might to a practise run tomorrow

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    - layered bean dip with tortilla chips
    (layer beans, guacamole, salsa, sour cream, cheese, and sprinkle with green onion)

    - Spinach dip with chopped bread for dipping
    (knorr veg soup mix, sour cream, cream cheese, spinach, green onion)

    - fruit platter with strawberry yogurt for dipping

    - meat and cheese/cracker platter

    - veggie and dip platter

    - mini sandwiches

    - veggie rolls
    (spread veggie cream cheese on a tortilla, chop up some peppers and lie down the centre, roll up and chop into small pieces)

    - potato salad

    - pasta salad
    (our fave noodles, artichoke hearts, olives, tomatoes, peppers, parmesan, salt and pepper,tiny bit of pesto)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ausgirl View Post
    I do my pizza scrolls with a scone dough rather than puff pastry as I find it is nicer the next day and cold
    :yeahthat: me too i only ever make my pizza wheels with scone dough

    ... i always take these to parties cold the day i after i have made them !! (All my friends hubby's love 'em )

    I will pop back on later when i have time with the recipe ok

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    Default Avocado layered dip

    Avocado layer dip

    Prep Time: 10 minutes
    Cook Time: nil

    Avocado
    Refried beans
    Garlic
    Sour cream
    Salsa tomato
    Shallots
    Grated cheese
    Corn chips to dip

    * The bottom layer is a tin of refried beans, spread out
    * The next layer is guacamole (which is mashed up avocado with about 2 cloves of crushed garlic and a little bit of sour cream to blend it all)
    * Next a layer of sour cream
    * Then I sprinkle some mild chilli sauce over that
    * Sprinkle chopped up tomatoes and then chopped shallots & finally some grated cheese

    MADE THIS TONIGHT FOR TEA, SO SIMPLE..

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