Breads from the British Isles

Bara Brith

Bara Brith

Bara Brith (Speckled Bread) is a delicious Welsh bread and here I make it the traditional way using yeast.

Basic No-Knead Bread

Grant Loaf

This basic no-knead bread is called a Grant Loaf and can be make in less than 2 hours!

Basic White Bread

Basic White Bread

This simple white bread recipe produces a tasty loaf of good texture for use to make both sandwiches and toast.

Blue Cheese and Walnut Bread

Blue Cheese and Walnut Bread

This blue cheese and walnut bread recipe is very simple and will give you a delicious loaf with a superb depth of flavour.

Cheese & Onion Stuffed Rolls

Cheese & Onion Stuffed Rolls

These light stuffed rolls are filled with cheese and onion and make the perfect accompaniment to a bowl of soup!

Cheese Scones

Cheese Scones

Savoury cheese scones make a wonderful light snack or supper and are so easy to make.

Crumpets

Crumpets

Home-made crumpets are less doughy and not as heavy as shop-bought crumpets. Serve them lightly toasted, oozing with butter.

English Muffins

English Muffins

English Muffin is another British bread cooked on a hot surface rather than in an oven. Split in half, toast, spread with butter and top with jam, cheese or a poached egg.

English Teacakes

English Teacakes

These traditional lightly-spiced fruit buns are not a cake at all but still go wonderfully well with a nice cup of tea.