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Mon, 20 Sep 2010
Pardon me Mum I've got beans in my ears, beans in my ears, beans in my ears, but I'm making a Beany Pie. xxx

 SELIGOBaby BakerR BIDS YOU WELCOME TO HER NEW KITCHEN:
ONE I HOPE THAT WILL HAVE RECIPES IN IT, THAT ALL THE CHILDREN
CAN HELP PREPARE AND COOK.
Before the Children start cooking,
here are a few points that should always be remembered.


1  Read the recipe right through and make sure you know what you have to do. Ask someone to explain anything you do not understand.
2  Put on an apron, wash hands and lay the table (if this is necessary.)
3  Wipe over the work surface you will be working on.
4  Get out all equipement you need to make the recipe.
5   Check at what stage the oven should be lit; this will take about 15minuets to heat up.
6   Measure all your ingredients carefully.
7   As you work, remove dirty dishes to a bowl of hot water, and keep surface well wiped.
8   Clear up the kitchen when you have finished, remember to do this well, or the next time Mum won't let you use her kitchen.

We will start with a Beany Pie
Daddy
helping take them out of the hot oven. Now for the
tomato decoration.
Utensils
Bread board - Butter knife - Cheese grater - Plate - Bun tin - Can opener - Dessert spoon - 2inch Pastry cutter - Oven glove - Palette Knife - serving plate.
Ingredients
12 thin slices of bread (Small Loaf)
Butter for spreading.
2oz Cheddar Cheese
1 small can Baked Beans
3 Tomatoes (cut in half)
 Set oven to Mark 6 or 200c

1   Remove the crusts from the bread, and spread quite thickly with butter.
2   Grate the cheese with the coarse side of the grater.
3   Press 6 of the slices of bread - buttered side down - into 6 fairy deep patty or bun tins ( One mum uses for her Yorkshire puds will be ideal)
4   Open the can of beans, then divide contents evenly between the 6 lined tins.
5   Using the pastry cutter, cut the remaining slices of bread into rounds, and place them on the baked bean - This time with - butter side up.
6   Sprinkle the grated cheese equally on top of each pie.
7   Bake the pies near the top of the oven for 15 -20 minutes.
8   Place the tomatoes in the oven for the last 8 minutes on a seperate plate.
9   Remove the pies from oven, lift out of the tins with the knife, cool slightly before serving. Don't forget to decorate each one with a tomato half.


And there you have it a lovely Beany Pie, made especially by you.

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