Category Archives: English

Rum & Raisin Scone For An English Tea Time Snack

I found this recipe in my big book of recipes – probably the easiest one I could find anywhere. It’s probably the least authentic one too, judging by the unbelievably few steps involved, but an adaptation of it nevertheless turned … Read more

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Mango Butter Cake Baked Differently

Apart from the difference in the choice of fruits as compared to the previous one, this butter cake recipe also had an addition of milk and a sequence of whisking that made the cake a lot lighter and fluffier in … Read more

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Apricot Butter Cake For An Autumn Delight

This was my first time baking a butter cake. The cake turned out looking a little heavier than I’ve wanted it to be, but I was delighted that my friends enjoyed the cake nevertheless. Phew!

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No Fuss, Just Plain English Oven Baked Chips

It’s definitely not as nice as deep fried ones I think. But the baking process actually helps to retain the original flavours of the potato, which makes the fries tastier in another way. And of course, this version is generally … Read more

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Bramley Apple and Pork Parcel To Seal Up Bundles Of Sweet Surprises

Bramley apple is a type of sour apple that is usually used in cooking, due to its light weight and fluffiness, rather than eaten raw. I cannot agree more with this description given in Wikipedia – it tastes horribly sour … Read more

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