• Pancakes | 1740 Recipe

    These Pancake recipes are from Hannah Glasse’s cookery book, “The Art Of Cookery: Made Plain and Simple”, published in 1740. From the five original pancake recipes given you can see some are a little more complex, and spiced, while others are simpler and plainer. Yet all of them show how the traditional English Pancake Recipe …

    More  →
  • Pancakes With Bacon & Maple Syrup

    This recipe makes the best tasting pancakes and bacon with maple syrup. There are other recipes, but many of them promote ‘corner cutting’ and ultimately they come up with the same tired and blandly predictable results … however this recipe is the real deal, the true classic, and really only a few extra things need …

    More  →
  • Pancakes | 1588 Recipe

    The oldest known ‘pancake’ recipe written down comes from the Tudor period. It comes from the cook book, “The good Huswifes Handmaide for the Kitchin” published in 1588, (titled on each page, ‘A new booke of Cookerie’). The recipe is actually very similar to our modern classic pancake recipe, although it has ale and cinnamon, …

    More  →
  • Crempog With Orange Caramel

    Crempog are traditional Welsh pancakes and this wonderful recipe comes with an orange caramel sauce. The only thing of note to remember when making this dish is to remove as much pith from the peeled orange segments as possible, for this use a sharp knife. The orange segments should remain intact, with a good structure, …

    More  →
  • Excellent Small Cakes

    Excellent Small Cakes are not really ‘cakes’, they are more like large biscuits. When made these excellent small cakes should be covered with a sugar icing glaze, as recommended. The recipe cannot be faulted, the added cream lifts the ‘cake’, while the chewy fruit currants are a satisfying addition. They are simple to prepare and …

    More  →
  • Scotch Pancakes & Rum Bananas

    These light to the touch scotch pancakes are served with bananas, which have been fried and coated in a wonderful sticky rum caramel, and a scoop of ice-cream or whipped cream. This recipe is a go-to recipe for all occasions … a great dessert, and an even better indulgent, celebratory breakfast. It’s not the sort …

    More  →
  • Pancakes With Chocolate Sauce

    This is a very simple and quick pancake recipe (making a classic pancake) which has a rich chocolate sauce poured over. If you want a darker chocolate sauce add in only one-third of the recommended cream. Pancakes With Chocolate Sauce For 4 to 6 people Recipe Ingredients: For the pancakes 75g plain flour 1/4 tsp …

    More  →
  • Teisen Cariad (Love Cake)

    Teisen Cariad is a traditional Welsh recipe for a ‘Love Cake’ a light apple and sponge cake – apples being the traditional symbol of love and desire in Celtic lands. Connla in Celtic mythology receives an apple which feeds him for a year, but each bite also gives him an irresistible desire to go off …

    More  →
  • Chicken & Chorizo Pancakes

    This is a creamy and savoury pancake recipe using chicken, chorizo, and mushrooms, served with a cheese sauce and salad. This recipe is really quick and easy to do (and prepare in advance) and returns great results – it just needs a simple salad to go with it. When frying the chicken with the chorizo …

    More  →
  • Crempog Furum

    Crempog Furum are traditional Welsh Pancakes made with yeast and this is an authentic recipe. Crempog are served in Wales particularly on Birthdays, Shrove Tuesday, St. David’s Day (1st of March) and on Bonfire Night (5th of November). This recipe uses yeast to help the pancakes rise, and therefore they are considerably older than the …

    More  →
  • Welsh Cakes (Traditional)

    Another, very traditional recipe for Welsh cakes, this time from the South-West of Wales. As with all these griddle-cake recipes the best way to bake them off is using one of our thick baking plates sold in our shop … you will notice a big difference in your baking style when using a traditional cookware …

    More  →
  • Bara Brith | Regional Recipes

    Bara Brith, translated as ‘Speckled Bread’, is a famous traditional Welsh recipe, although it must be noted that there are now two different types, using different baking methods and recipes – one is a a yeast bread, enriched with dried fruit, (commonly raisins, currants and candied peel) while the other is more like a fruit …

    More  →
Updating ..
Your basket is currently empty.