South Yorkshire Food

Baking and Bread

Walnut and Sultana Bread

This is a great tasting bread that goes wonderfully well with a strong cheese and chutney. It’s easy, and quick to make, and the recipe can either make one large loaf, or can be split into mini loaves, if you want to be a bit fancy for a dinner party.

Baked Vegetable Samosas

These tasty and spicy, traditional Indian snacks are much healthier than normal, as they are oven baked, instead of being deep fried. Serve as a starter to a meal  with a side of your favourite chutney or just eat them as snack.

Everyday Bread

There is nothing like the taste of home made bread! This loaf is very easy to make – you just need a little time to let it rise. I usually start it after breakfast and it is then ready for lunch time. Eat it with some nice cheddar cheese or a  bowl of warming soup…. Read more »

Lemon and Pistachio Cookies

    These Lemon and Pistachio Cookies from guest chef, Keren Bobker, are absolutely delicious. We can guarantee they won’t be around for very long. Serves: – well, it depends how fast you are!

Yorkshire Tea Loaf or Brack

  Yorkshire Tea Loaf is  dark, rich, and sticky  with great flavours of fruit and a hint of rum. It’s somewhere between a fruit cake and a loaf. It is also known as Barm Brack, or just Brack. Delicious as a tea time treat, sliced and spread with butter, or with chunks of a good… Read more »

Yorkshire Fat Rascals

  Fat Rascals were invented, and made famous, by Betty’s Tearooms in Yorkshire. They are a type of  Yorkshire tea biscuit or turf cake, and very similar to a scone. They are terrific, served with afternoon tea, accompanied by strawberry jam, butter and clotted cream, for a touch of indulgent decadence.  Makes 6 Fat Rascals.

Yorkshire Parkin

Make this authentic Yorkshire parkin a day or two ahead for a sticky teatime treat that can’t be beaten. Wrap in greaseproof paper and put in an airtight tin for a few days  to allow the flavours and stickiness to develop before cutting – this will give it a moist and sticky texture, as well… Read more »

Banana Cake

Recipe: Keren Bobker A virtually foolproof recipe that makes a lovely light cake, liked even by those who say they don?t like banana bread, as this has a more delicate texture and taste.