Find traditional recipes for all of your favourites - from a traditional steamed pudding to traditional sweets. We have bread and butter pudding, boiled sweets, roast dinners with Yorkshire puds and loads more.
An quick and easy fruit cake for tea time. Best eaten fresh.
A warm, moist and lovely sticky toffee pudding without dates, which is especially welcome on a cold winter's day!
This is my version of cottage pie - the comforting dish that we all love!
I got this recipe from a co-worker. Everytime I share these scones I always get a compliment. They are quick to make and moist. Serve them warm with butter or jam! You can also add sultanas or fresh blueberries to this recipe as a variation.
Minced lamb and vegetables, topped with a layer of cheese and onion mash. A true family favourite in our house!
This luxurious all-butter shortbread is simple but classic.
These ginger nut biscuits are wonderfully soft and chewy. I make them big, but feel free to make them into smaller biscuits if you'd like.
Classic and nostalgic, this pudding is delicious, and the microwave makes it easy to prepare. Switch out the golden syrup for treacle if you prefer.
This is my version. The trick is to make sure the beef dripping is piping hot.
For me there is no other food that says "Great English Dishes", than Toad In The Hole served with mash potato and a lovely rich onion gravy. The recipe below is just a lovely plain one, but you can tweak it by adding a teaspoonful of horseradish sauce to the batter mix, or a teaspoonful of English mustard. You could add some dried herbs like oregano, thyme or rosemary. Please experiment and let us know any tweaks that have worked for you.