About this recipe:This salt dough isn't particularly tasty, but that ain't the point. Using flour, salt, a little oil, and a drop of water, it can form a mouldable dough that only needs heated to harden.
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Method Prep:10min › Cook:3min › Ready in:13min
Sieve the flour into a bowl. Gradually beat with a spoon while adding in the salt. Add the water a spoonful at a time while steadily beating the dough until it resembles a dough texture. Add a splash of oil to prevent cracking and breaking up.
Mould into your preferred shape. Place onto a ceramic plate and microwave for 2 to 3 minutes.
Wait until cooled when removed from microwave before glazing with paint or the mixture in the footnotes. If wrapping as a gift and bubble wrap isn't available, place into a box and wrap the box.
Glaze mix: add a splash of water and oil to a cup sprinkle a pinch of caster sugar on it mix lightly add gel colouring if wanted, if not, add some natural milk or yoghurt brush lightly with a cotton bud or q-tip over the cooked dough leave to cool, done.