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oh you HAVE to have them on your roast dinners. they make it!
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I have never heard of it before but I am not a gravy person either so who knows!
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I've never had them...always heard about them but never really knew what they were. I might look up a recipe and give them a shot sometime.
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I have not made it for some time, but remeber it being very good! I think I will make some next time I cook a roast.
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I just saw them on an old Martha, they looked wonderful! I've never had them, but my great grandparents were from Enlgand and my Dad had them all of the time.
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I would like to try one.are they easy to make or is there a store who sells them in the states? if so which one is best?
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Heard of them but never tasted them. Do they have a pancake or a biscuit like consistency?
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They're made from a flour, salt, egg and milk batter, pretty much like a pancake batter except no sugar. You cook them in the oven. Put a couple of drops of oil into muffin tins and heat the oil up in a REALLY hot oven (400* or over) Take out the muffin tins, pour a bit of batter into the hot oil in each and put them back in the oven. They'll rise up (if they work!) and you can fill them with gravy. Here's a picture with some roast beef. I usually have more than one though ....and more beef than that too - with some roast potatos.....

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They're made from a flour, salt, egg and milk batter, pretty much like a pancake batter except no sugar. You cook them in the oven. Put a couple of drops of oil into muffin tins and heat the oil up in a REALLY hot oven (400* or over) Take out the muffin tins, pour a bit of batter into the hot oil in each and put them back in the oven. They'll rise up (if they work!) and you can fill them with gravy. Here's a picture with some roast beef. I usually have more than one though ....and more beef than that too - with some roast potatos.....

that picture is making me hungry
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Hmm, it looks like it is tasty. I may need to try it out.

Thanks for the description and the picture.
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