If using and oven, preheat to 190ºC

Step 1: Interesting Indgredients

- 450grams (3 cups) of self-raising flour

- 1/4 teaspoon of salt

- 180mL of milk. Add more if the mixture turns out too dry

- 1 teaspoon sugar

- 80grams of chilled butter

Step 2: Pour in the Powder

1. Mix the flour, salt and sugar into a bowl

Step 3: Butter Time

2. Rub the butter in with your fingers

Step 4:

This is what it should look like. It should be like breadcrumbs.

Step 5: Pour the Milk

3. Add the milk and mix into a dough. If the mixture is too dry than add more milk.

Step 6: Doughy

4. knead dough until smooth

Step 7: Time to Cook (nearly)

5. Grease a cake tray with oil or butter and dust with flour

Step 8: In the Tray

6. Now put the dough into the tray

Step 9: In the Oven

7. Place in the oven for 30-40mins

Step 10: All Done

8. Take dough out when ready and cut in half. If it is soft leave to cool in oven for a bit.

Step 11: Eat It

You can eat it however you want. I like it with honey.

<p>BTW i was going to put on how to cook on a fire but it has been raining for ages so here it is: 1. Start fire</p><p> 2. Make dough</p><p> 3. Burn out fire</p><p> 4. Grease and dust a piece of aluminium foil with flour and wrap dough in it</p><p> 5. Cover foil wrapped dough in hot ashes and embers and leave for 30-40mins of until hard and cooked</p><p>thats it</p>
Sorry. I was trying to make a joke. Thanks for your post. I'll give it a try this weekend.
You mixed centigrade with metric with standard. Is this a trick?
<p>different measurements are easier for different ingredients but sorry if it is confusing</p>
Centigrade is now called Celsius, named after a Swedish astronomer.<br>You say &quot;degrees Celsius&quot; for an actual temperature, but &quot;Celsius degrees&quot; for a difference in temperature. Same as Fahrenheit.<br><br>Celsius temperature and grams, meters and liters are metric units for temperature, mass, distance and volume although kilograms and kilometers are used for larger masses or distances.<br><br>Cups are used in some recipes although a standard cup and a random coffee cup may not have the same volume. So using weight measured on a scale is more exact.
<p>thanks for the feedback and sorry if i mixed up some of the measurements.</p>
<p>Very interesting. How does it come out? It seems almost like a buttermilk biscuit. Is Damper a common Australian bread? Also, can you tell me what temperature you baked the bread?</p>
The temperature was 190&deg;C.<br>To convert, multiply by 1.8 then add 32.<br>So 190&deg;C times 1.8 = 342 plus 32 = 374&deg;F<br><br>Damper is a camper or hiker bread in Australia. Normal bread is like US bread except with less sugar.
<p>looks awesome cant wait to try some!!!!!!</p>
<p>Yum! It looks delicious :)</p>

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