Yesterday, daughter #3 asked that I make 'bluff dough' for her school experiment. "Huh? Bluff dough? I asked". "You mean play dough?" "No, that's real dough (play dough), you help me make bluff dough!"
Ouch! I'm confused here...play dough is real dough and the dough I'm supposed to make is bluff dough? Oh whatever! I surfed the net and most recipes required cream of tartar and cooking over the fire. I ran out of cream of tartar and it seemed like I wouldn't have a recipe until I came across this one:
1 cup flour
1/4 cup salt
1/4 cup water (add more if too dry)
Put all the dry stuff into the mixing bowl and add the water. Use the dough hook and beat to what looks like a bread dough. The 1/4 cup of water is not enough so you need to add more depending on your flour.
When the dough comes together in a lump, divide into two and add a few drops of coloring. Viola! Playdough!!
Daughter #3 came back very happy after school and declared that only two mummies in her class made 'bluff dough". The rest brought real play dough. She added that her teacher expressed disappointment that only my daughter and another girl brought 'bluff dough!'
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