British Recipes

Alternative Christmas Pudding

Raisin, dates and citrus peel… This Christmas Pudding recipe uses none of those! Instead it uses other, somewhat unconventional dried fruit. Delicious!

Dorset Apple Cake

This traditional British apple cake is fabulously moist with a slightly crisp topping.

Apple Chutney

Apples make a delicious chutney and this is just one of many ways to use up a glut of apples. Apple chutney makes a great gift!

Apple Crumble

Apple Crumble is a very simple and very tasty dessert which you can prepare in advance if you need to.

Apple, Date and Ginger Chutney

This slightly spicy chutney makes a great accompaniment to cheese and cold meats. It also makes a wonderful gift.

Baked Fish with Herb Crust

This dish is so simple and so tasty I can almost guarantee it will become part of your diet!

Baked Pancakes

Pancakes don’t always have to be cooked on the stove-top. They are delicious when baked too!

Baked Potato

Baked potatoes can make a delicious supper and this particular way of doing them reminds me very much of Saturday evenings when I was a child.

Bakewell Tart

If you like almonds then this classic British tart will certainly satisfy your taste buds.

Banoffee Cake

This delicious sponge-based cake has a filling of banana, caramel and cream. Great for a special occasion!

Banoffee Cheesecake

Bananas, caramel and a no-cook cheesecake are combined in this delicious no-cook banoffee cheesecake recipe.

Banoffee Pie

There is something wonderful about the combination of bananas and caramel. This is a slightly more eco-friendly recipe that the usual “boil a tin for 5 hours” method.

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