Hearing this, the young girl gave her doll to the fire late one evening and scattered the ashes to the four winds. In the morning, nourishing rains returned to the land and the hills were covered with cheerful blossoms of bluebonnet. The bluebonnet is thus regarded as a symbol of forgiveness and selflessness.
1 cup Lupin Flour
250g canola margarine
1 cup raw sugar
1 cup wheatmeal or wholemeal flour
1 cup self raising flour
Pinch of salt
Juice and zest half a large lemon
1 tsp lemon essence
Cream margarine, add sugar, lemon juice and zest and lemon essence.
Mix the flours and salt together in a bowl,
slowly add to the margarine and sugar etc to make a stiff dough.
If too dry add a small amount of milk.
Let the mixture stand for a few minutes to soften the lupin flour
if it is not finely ground.
Turn out onto a floured board and roll to around 4mm thickness.
Cut out with a pastry cutter and place on trays.
Bake until golden brown at 175ºC.
Allow to cool on wire rack then place in an airtight container.
Substitute a mashed banana for the lemon essence, juice and zest.
Add 1 tsp of vanilla essencee still warm.
Cool in baking tray.
Store in an air tight container.