April 20, 2024

2012 Olympic Games: 7 English pastries to discover

The flapjacks: these oat cakes provide the body with all the energy you need before starting the day! Made of butter, golden syrup, brown sugar and raisins, the flapjacks are very easy to make. Just melt everything in a saucepan, spread the dough in a dish you bake for 15 minutes at 180 ° (thermostat 6), then cut rectangles!

The scones: these rolls are ideal for tea time! Made of wheat, barley or oats, they are served with jam and thick cream called clotted cream. Sometimes salty but mostly sweet, they often contain grapes, gooseberries, cheese or dates.

The ginger nuts: These biscuits with ginger shaped man make addicted! You can give them some form of cookies for simplicity. Mix 350 g flour, 200 g sugar, a little ground ginger, baking soda, salt and orange peel. Add 125 g butter and 75 g Golden Syrup previously melted. Form balls to put on the baking tray. Bake for 15 minutes at 160 ° C.

The thin magpies: This Christmas specialty would have its origins in the Middle East, when the European crusaders brought back to England this pie mixing meat, fruits and spices in the 13th century. Today, these tartlets are above all sweet since they consist of fruits dry, distilled alcohol and spices (cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg).

Crumpets: These kinds of crepes made of flour and yeast have a face riddled with holes on which the butter is spread and then the jam (or cheese, honey, peanut butter or Golden Syrup).

The English cake: Full of fruits Candied fruits and raisins, the English cake is excellent at tea time. It is, moreover, perfect for refueling in magnesium and vitamins!

The pudding: Being salty or sweet, the pudding is a compact mass of various ingredients such as stale bread, eggs and vanilla sugar.



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