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1. Mix flour ... to over-brown the cakes! Experiment to find the correct heat. 7. Eat hot or cold - but our favourite is warm with a dollop of brandy cream!

This is a very old traditional Welsh recipe from my ... Welsh for Welsh cakes is "teisen lap" ... cake). Makes 40-50. Tina Coulson, New Southgate, London.

Combine ingredients; roll out 1/4" thick on floured board; cut in small circles (juice can). Bake on griddle or electric skillet until light brown ...

Mix flour, baking powder and salt, then rub in the butter. Add sugar, spice and fruit. Mix in beaten egg and a little milk (3 tablespoons) to make ...

Sift flour and salt together. Cut in butter until consistency of bread crumbs. Stir in sugar and work in finely diced apples. Beat egg lightly and ...

In a large bowl, combine dry ingredients. Cut in shortening, until mixture resembles coarse meal. Add beaten eggs, milk and currants. Stir until ...

Combine flour, sugar, salt, nutmeg and baking powder. Cut in shortening as for pie dough. Add currants and mix. Add beaten eggs and milk and mix ...

Cream butter and sugar. Add currants. Beat together egg and milk and add to above mixture. Add dry ingredients (flour, salt, baking powder). Roll on ...

1. Mix flour and sugar. 2. Cut butter into the mixture until it is as bread crumbs. 3. Add dried fruit. 4. Add eggs. 5. If necessary add a little ...

Put cockles into a large saucepan with salted or sea-water to cover, bring to the boil for about 3 minutes or until they are open. Do not continue ...

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