|Dough: Simple Contemporary Breads|
|by Richard Bertinet|
For all those who do not want to eat mass produced sliced bread filled with chemicals and preservatives, help is at hand.
1 - 10 of 211 for salt dough alum
Mix, knead and shape. Air dry or bake at 325 degrees until it begins to brown. Baked work can be painted. Plastic varnish will help preserve it and ...
Mix dry ingredients. ... you mix it by hand (might want to wear gloves). This play dough lasts forever when stored in zip lock bags in the refrigerator.
Combine flour, salt and cornstarch and alum in 2 quart ... 2 minutes. Divide dough into sections and ... containers in refrigerator. It keeps for months.
1. Mix dry ... stirring constantly until dough clings together and ... careful with children! Do not let them knead at first, as it cools let them at it!)
Combine ingredients and ... you can handle dough. Knead until ... airtight container. If it starts to dry out. Add a few drops of water and place in microwave.
Mix all and keep in a sealed container. (After trying several recipes for play dough, this is my favorite).
Mix all dry ... add the boiling water. Stir if play dough is real sticky. More flour may be added. Store in Ziploc bag. Not good to eat, but fun for play.
Mix flour and salt in a bowl. Mix alum, water, oil ... mixture. Knead well. Add extra flour if sticky. No refrigeration necessary. Keep in airtight container.
Mix together thoroughly and knead until dough takes on desired consistency. Alum acts as a ... may be worked into separate portions of dough when desired.
Mix first 5 ingredients together until salt is almost completely ... consistency. Stores well in an airtight container at room temperature for several months.
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