Scottish butter cookies without eggs


How to make Scottish butter biscuits, a traditional egg-free recipe typical of Scotland, where you can prepare them for breakfast in the morning and serve them while still hot.

Ingredients for 30 baps

- 400 g of white flour

- 60 g of melted butter

- 1/4 liter of milk

- 20 g of brewer's yeast

- 50 g of sugar

- a pinch of salt

How to make Scottish baps

Sift the flour with the sugar and a pinch of salt.

Dissolve the brewer's yeast with four tablespoons of warm milk.

Knead by gradually pouring the yeast into the flour arranged in a fountain, then add the melted butter, then mix all the ingredients well.

With the dough form a ball and leave it in a container to rise for an hour, covered with a napkin and in a warm place.

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After placing the dough on a floured work surface, knead the dough again slightly and divide it into small pieces giving it the oval shape of about 7/8 cm in length and 5 cm in width.

Lightly sprinkle them with flour, line the oven plate with paper and distribute the well-spaced baps between them, since during cooking they will tend to increase in volume.

Leave to rise for another 20 minutes in a warm environment.

Before transferring them to the oven, press them lightly in the center with a finger and cook them in the oven, already hot, for 15-20 minutes, or until they have taken color.

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