This is in relation to yesterday’s post. Tomorrow for English, we have to bring in a recipe that would’ve been made during homesteading days. These were also the times during the war. I’ve decided to bring in a recipe for rice muffins.
The recipe uses a cup of boiled rice that is ground up along with a small amount flour as the binding. It uses syrup instead of sugar. Sugar and flour were two very valuable ingredients in the 1920s. Substitutions such as rice, potato flour, raisins, and molasses had to be made. In a couple weeks, we have to bring in a sample of our recipe. I can’t wait to try to make rice muffins. I don’t know how good they’ll taste!