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DIREWOLF BREAD INSPIRED BY GAME OF THRONES (FEAT. MAISIE WILLIAMS)

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3,051,592 views  We're back with another culinary curiosity from HBO's hottest s-expositional serial, Game of Thrones, this time with the help of the murderous Queen of the North herself: Maisie Williams! Can we whip up a wolf-shaped treat that would do Hot Pie proud? Click here for the Direwolf template: https://bit.ly/2ukbRO7

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INGREDIENTS

butter

½ cup butter

whole wheat flour

85 g whole wheat flour

all purpose flour

85 g all purpose flour

salt

½ tsp salt

baking powder

1 tsp baking powder

baking soda

¼ tsp baking soda

white sugar

¼ cup white sugar

sage, chopped

2 tbsp sage, chopped

toasted pecans

1 ⅓ cups toasted pecans

buttermilk

½ cup buttermilk

egg

1 egg

Honey

Honey

Butter

Butter

DIRECTIONS

1.

Start by browning butter in a saucepan and then place it in a small bowl. Put in freezer until completely frozen.

butter

½ cup butter

2.

Next combine whole wheat flour and all purpose flour. Add salt, baking powder, baking soda and white sugar. Whisk to combine.

whole wheat flour

85 g whole wheat flour

all purpose flour

85 g all purpose flour

salt

½ tsp salt

baking powder

1 tsp baking powder

baking soda

¼ tsp baking soda

white sugar

¼ cup white sugar

3.

Add your frozen butter to the dry mixture and use a pastry cutter or fork and knife to cut up the butter and combine it until butter pieces are about the size of a pea. Chop some sage and add that to the mixture as well.

sage, chopped

2 tbsp sage, chopped

4.

Toast about pecans and let them cool completely before adding to the mixture and tossing to combine.

toasted pecans

1 ⅓ cups toasted pecans

5.

Add buttermilk and fold gently to combine.

buttermilk

½ cup buttermilk

6.

Flour your work surface and turn out your mixture. Work in the flour just a little bit before making it into a disc large enough to make a direwolf from it.

7.

Cut the direwolf out from this template.

8.

Brush the wolf down with a beaten egg and bake at 425°F for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.

buttermilk

½ cup buttermilk

9.

Cool on a rack. While it’s cooling, combine 2 parts butter to 1 part honey for a delicious honey butter mixture to put on your direwolf scone.

Honey

Honey

Butter

Butter

10.

Serve and enjoy!

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