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Little Crusty Cheese & Mustard Dampers

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Little Crusty Cheese & Mustard Dampers

This is a recipe I got from a Women's Weekly Cookbook entitled  "Muffins, Scones and Bread."  I like the Women's Weekly books.  I have a few of them and the recipes always turn out well and are delicious.  These little damper buns are no exception!

Dampers are small soda breads.  Originally I believe that it  was a traditional Australian soda bread prepared by swagmen,drovers, stockmen and other travellers, meant to be cooked over open fires while they were on the road.  Quick to make and probably not dissimilar to the breads which the pioneers would have made on the trails across North America.

I am not a swagman, nor am I a Pioneer, but I do like quick breads such as this.  They go down really well with soups, stews, and even on their own with a bit of cheese or cold meat . . .  or occasionally with some jam and a nice hot cup of herbal tea.

 These are pretty plain . . .  dough wise . . .  self rising flour mixed with dry mustard, butter rubbed in with your fingertips . . . milk stirred in to make a soft dough.  Cut into rounds . . .  very similar to scones or biscuits.  They might even be considered on their lonesome to be quite boring . . .


 What makes them really exciting however is the cheese and grainy mustard topping which gets piled on top of the breads prior to baking.  The breads rise up and all of that gorgeous cheese and mustard bakes down over top of them . . .  gilding the lily as it were.
Simple ingredients.  Well prepared and put together in a most delicious way.  These went down a real treat with hot bowls of vegetable soup.  The leftovers were also nice split and toasted beneath the grill later in the day, simply buttered.  It's often the simple things in life which brings us the most pleasure.  And these did just that.

*Cheese Crusted Mustard Dampers*Makes 14Printable Recipe  

A savoury scone type of bread.   Crusty on the outside, light on the inside with a moreish cheese and mustard topping.  Great served with soups or salads, or with sliced cheeses or meats. 
600g ( 4 cups) self raising flour1 tsp dry mustard powder30g of butter (2 TBS plus 1/2 tsp)450ml of milk (2 cups) 
Topping:2 TBS seeded mustard30g of butter (2 TBS plus 1/2 tsp), melted1/2 tsp cayenne pepper120g of coarsely grated parmesan cheese (1 1/2 cups)

Preheat the oven to 220*C.425*F/ gas mark 7.   Butter a medium sized baking tray.  Set aside.Sift the flour and mustard powder into a large bowl.  Rub in the butter with your fingertips.   Stir in enough milk to make a soft and sticky dough.  Tip out onto a floured surface and knead until smooth.


 Pat out to a thickness of about 3/4 inch.  Cut into 2 1/2 inch rounds with a sharp round cuttter.  Place onto the baking tray with the sides just touching...
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