When a row of similar recipes appeared at the same time, the authors included Paul Hollywood, Jamie Oliver and Nigel Slater. Who are you choosing? I don't think I want to point directly to the last one. One is because he is fresh and faint, and the other is because I rot.
Use a large hole to wipe the board and rub the cheese into coarse crumbs.
Mix the flour and baking powder, add cold butter, mix the butter and flour evenly with your fingers, and knead it into coarse chips.
Add the milk and mix it into a soft dough with a spatula.
Mix the cheese crumb evenly and gently rub it for half a minute.
The oven is preheated to 200 degrees.
The dough was pressed into a cake having a thickness of about 2 cm with the palm of the hand, and a round dough was pressed out with a cup mouth or a stainless steel round mold having a diameter of about 6 cm.
Move the dough into the baking tray, brush the milk on the surface, rub the cutting board with a fine hole and rub a little cheese dust on the surface.
Into the oven, bake for about 30 minutes, or to the surface golden.
The original party is twice as large as this party. The output of this side is about 14. The flour ratio can be adjusted by yourself. The original side is not shaped into a circle, but a traditional large pie.