|Welsh Heritage Food and Cooking|
|by Annette Yates|
Capture the tastes and traditions with over 75 easy-to-follow recipes and 250 stunning photographs, including step-by-step instructions.
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This is an old and unique recipe; these cookies are baked on ... griddle or pan over medium high heat until cooked through, adjusting heat as necessary.
Sift together flour, baking powder, salt and nutmeg. Rub in shortening. Add sugar. Place eggs in 1 cup measuring cup and fill with milk. Add to flour ...
Mix the dry ingredients and currants. Work in the shortening and butter as for pastry. Beat the eggs; add milk and stir well. Roll about 1/3 inch ...
Sift flour, sugar, salt, baking powder and nutmeg. Add shortening and mix like pie dough. Add eggs and a few drops of milk so dough holds together. ...
Cream shortening, add ... cookie cutter - fry on ungreased griddle over low heat. Turn when brown. Turn cookies only once. You can use an electric fry pan.
Put beaten egg in cup and fill with milk. Mix flour, sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon, baking powder and salt. Work in shortening and then add raisins, egg ...
Sift flour and dry ingredients. Add raisins. Cut in shortening as for pie. Add eggs and milk. Roll out, cut with glass. Fry on griddle at slow heat ...
Boil some water, ... then when the other side is browned take them off the grill and stack them, one on top of the other. This makes at least 100 cookies.
Sift first 7 ingredients into a large bowl. Cut in shortening. Add remaining 4 ingredients. Mix thoroughly with a wooden spoon (do not use an ...
Sift together the ... Cut with biscuit cutter and fry cookies on a non-stick griddle until lightly browned on both sides. Sprinkle with sugar while hot.
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