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Pastry is no problem, but what do I put in the case to stop the golden syrup sloshing about? I've seen recipes with breadcrumbs, rice crispies, cornflakes, and even ground almonds. Which is best?
I haven't made a treacle tart for ages, but I used to use rolled oats, they took the edge off the sweetness for me.
Not another option!
Bread crumbs give a lovely soft gooey texture, delicious!
Breadcrumbs and a touch of lemon juice
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