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Scottish oatcakes

Scottish oatcakes

Tags: Diet, Scottish

Oatcakes are an ancient mainstay of the Scottish diet and were for a long time one of the main sources of carbohydrates for the average S...

Scottish Oat and Walnut Biscuits

Scottish Oat and Walnut Biscuits

Makes about 2 & 1/2 dozen 2-inch cookies 1 cup walnut pieces 1 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup whole-wheat flour 1 tablespoon chia see...

Scottish Parliament Cookies with help of Yana Litvinova (Parlies)

Scottish Parliament Cookies with help of Yana Litvinova (Parlies)

Yields about 15 medium size cookies 1 & 3/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/4 cup spelt flour 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 teas...

Scottish Potato Scones

Scottish Potato Scones

Yield 4 servings 1 pound potatoes (baking potatoes, peeled, cooked, and mashed) 1 ounce butter (2 tablespoons, melted, plus more for greasin...

The Best Traditional Scottish Shortbread Recipe - Cooking with Bry

The Best Traditional Scottish Shortbread Recipe - Cooking with Bry

Traditional Scottish shortbread is an easy to make biscuit with a sweet buttery bite, perfect served with a cup of tea - or for Christmas!

12 Traditional British Appetizers from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales

12 Traditional British Appetizers from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales

Traditional British appetizers are rich in flavor. Choose from English, Irish, Scottish or Welsh starter recipes to start dinner in style.

Aberdeen Sausage Starter Recipe | A Scottish Appetizer Recipe

Aberdeen Sausage Starter Recipe | A Scottish Appetizer Recipe

Beef and bacon are combined with Worcestershire sauce, parsley and more in this easy, tasty Aberdeen sausage starter recipe from Scotland.

Quick Barley Bread Karask, Plant-Based & Oil-Free

Quick Barley Bread Karask, Plant-Based & Oil-Free

Quick bake Karask is traditional barley bread in Estonia. It is also known in other countries, such as Scotland and Ireland, where it’s called soda bread. Traditionally it is made using butter or oil, eggs and buttermilk. You can also find recipes using other flours than barley and no eggs and/or butter/oil.

Scotch Broth Soup

Scotch Broth Soup

Scotland’s classic scotch broth is a soul-warming soup that is enjoyed with crusty bread and cheese during the cold, blustery winter days.

Scottish Barley Vodka

Scottish Barley Vodka

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Scottish Potato Scones

Scottish Potato Scones

Whenever you think of scones, it is likely that you think of something sweet or dessert-like. These scones are completely different from traditional recipes, but…

SCOTTISH SHORTBREAD COOKIES (TED LASSO’S COOKIES)

SCOTTISH SHORTBREAD COOKIES (TED LASSO’S COOKIES)

Have you seen Ted Lasso? If the answer is yes, I know you need to bake this Scottish Shortbread Cookies, perfect to serve with a good tea.

Pumpkin Pie Milkshake {Recipe}

Pumpkin Pie Milkshake {Recipe}

'Tis the season for everything pumpkin! I have been making pumpkin treats galore this season, and I got this idea for a Pumpkin Pie Milkshake as a way to use up my leftover pumpkin puree. My family loves Pumpkin Pie and they love milkshakes, so why don't I put those together? I wanted it to have the taste of the crust as well, so what better cookie to top it with than crumbly, delicate, buttery Scottish Shortbread? If you like Pumpkin Pie, I guarantee you'll fall for this shake!

History of Shortbread Cookies - Food & Recipes

History of Shortbread Cookies - Food & Recipes

Shortbread, a Scottish traditional biscuit, is a medieval delicacy that is prepared using white sugar, butter and plain wheat flour. Along with this, supplementary ingredients

Scottish Red Lentil (and Barley) Soup

Scottish Red Lentil (and Barley) Soup

Scottish red lentil soup, with or without barley, is comfort in a bowl. A good, crusty bread is highly recommended although not necessary!

Cream Buns, a Scottish Favourite

Cream Buns, a Scottish Favourite

Scottish Cream Buns, or Cream Cookies, as they are called in Glasgow, are a delightful treat. Not nearly as sweet as you may think, just heavenly!

Scottish Potato Scones and British Breakfasts: a Tutorial

Scottish Potato Scones and British Breakfasts: a Tutorial

Scottish potato scones are made from three simple ingredients and are an integral part of a full Scottish breakfast. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Irish or Scottish Soda Scones (White Bannocks) with Buttermilk

Irish or Scottish Soda Scones (White Bannocks) with Buttermilk

Traditional Irish or Scottish soda scones or bannocks (made with buttermilk), are cooked on the stovetop. Wonderful for breakfast or any other time of day.

Fried Bread: a Very Naughty Breakfast--but oh, so Worth it!

Fried Bread: a Very Naughty Breakfast--but oh, so Worth it!

Fried bread is sometimes a part of a full British or Scottish breakfast. The bread is fried after the bacon, in the leftover grease. Don't judge.

Scottish Macaroon Bars

Scottish Macaroon Bars

Scottish Macaroon Bars are a quintessential Scottish candy made from a surprising ingredient: potatoes. They make great gifts!

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