Find loads of traditional Welsh recipes for bara brith, cawl, rarebit, Welsh cakes and local recipes featuring the lovable leek.
A favourite of mine growing up...total comfort food. It was always on the table when I had had a bad day in school....Mam was a total mind-reader!!
Recipe by: angel1
Mamgu means grandma in welsh. The recipe (if i'm at all truthful) doesnt belong to my mamgu but a family friends nan! Bara brith means speckled bread. I love this cake spread with butter and a good cup of tea. Tips, if the cake browns quickly in your oven cover the tin with greaseproof paper and return to the oven. Although this cake is translated as bread it is more of a cake so don't be scared if you find you've sliced a cake not a piece of bread.
Recipe by: kez87
A real Welsh version of rarebit that is made with sharp Cheddar cheese and fresh thyme. Simple, and delicious! Garnishes are almost endless, from poached eggs, to sliced tomatoes, to pickled onions and piccalilli, to bacon. Really, put anything you think would taste good with toast and cheese on there, and tuck in.
Recipe by: Chris Schryer
"Cystal yfed o'r cawl â bwyta's cig" - It is as good to drink the broth as to eat the meat --Cattwg the Wise. Cawl (pronounced 'cowl') is just like any other old farmhouse soup or stew. We pick up whatever is in season, chuck it in a pot and boil it for a day, then guzzle it up the next day and moan about how much our belly aches afterwards.
Recipe by: riallews
This was one of my mother's specials. Ideal for a hot supper on a chilly winter evening.
Recipe by: deriboy