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Here's a run down of how to make some miniature food out of salt dough perfect for a dolls house. I'll show you specifically how to make hot cross bun...
Salt dough is made of plain flour, salt and water. I just got roughly the same amount of flour and salt and added water until it went doughy, but if y...
To make a batch of hot cross buns roll some salt dough into a ball then flatten it into a rectangle with rounded edges. Mark out six sections and add ...
Once they've been in the oven paint the buns. The crosses and bases will already be the right colour but add some orangey brown to the tops. I also pa...
To make a croissant thinly roll some salt dough into a long triangle. Then roll it up, starting at the wide end, and curve into the right shape.
Once cooked, paint with a golden brown colour, a little darker on top.
I also made scones, shortbread fingers, cupcakes, cookies, plaited bread, turnovers and Belgian buns. The possibilities are endless, just have a play ...
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