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These all-butter shortbread biscuits are simple yet luxurious. Use a biscuit cutter or a biscuit press to make festive shapes for Christmas, Hanukkah, Easter or any occasion!
Simple but wonderful! Depending on the cutter you use, you should be able to get at least 2 dozen pieces of shortbread using this recipe.
This quick and simple recipe - only 4 ingredients! This was given to me by mum. They are much thicker and smaller than standard pancakes and everyone always asks for the recipe. Even my French boyfriend's family said they were better than crepes! Recipe can be easily doubled, trebled, quadrupled - quantity of flour is always the double of sugar and adjust milk and egg accordingly.
This luxurious all-butter shortbread is simple but classic.
Very quick tasty scones, not as dry as bought ones. My family love them so much, so I make these every second day, 2 or 3 batches of them and they are always eaten. Everyone says these are much better than bought scones. These ones are raisin scones.
A very easy and quick recipe for making a great Scottish confectionery in the microwave. Tablet doesn't get any easier than this!
This is a great sweet we have here in Scotland. It is a complete sugar rush. It may be too sweet for some people but I love it. Try it anyway and see what you think. Kids will love it!
These biscuits are buttery and crumbly. They require just three ingredients to make! Serve alongside a cuppa. Feel free to spruce up this highly versatile biscuit recipe, by adding chocolate chips, nuts or dried fruit.
We eat this steak pie every Hogmanay night and New Year's Day. The meat is so tender it just falls apart and the gravy is beautifully rich, the trick is in the slow cooking. We always need to plan to make enough for seconds when we have guests round for dinner! If you don't have the time to cook it for so long and leave overnight you can easily make the recipe in one go in an hour and a half
I think it's very easy, well most of it sure is anyway! The only bit that I really struggled on was the mixing of the ingredients - the mixing it into breadcrumbs with your fingers bit I actually found to be easier using dough whisks. Plus it reduces your mixing time by about 5-8 minutes. From then it gets pretty easy with the rolling and cutting and everything...!