It is not all about deep-fried Mars bars! Are you looking for traditional Scottish fare like cullen skink, Forfar bridies, tablet, stovies, Scotch broth, Selkirk bannock or kedgeree? We have all these and more.
Very simple, only three ingredients, but very addictive. This recipe doesn't make a huge batch because it is not as good the next day.
This Scottish version of fudge is melt in your mouth but not chewy. It may take a little practice but follow the recipe and all will be well. Enjoy!
Stovies are traditionally made with leftover roast beef. This recipe uses corned beef but, as you'll see, you can adapt anything to it, making it a kind of stewed bubble and squeak!
As I was born in Scotland, great shortbread has always been a Christmas tradition in our family. A few years ago I started to experiment with my great grandmother's recipe, to make it quicker and easier to make. I successfully managed to change the ingredients and the method to make it tastier and fast to make. It's now a family tradition (and expectation) that ALL our family members receive a small gift box of my shortbread at Christmas.
This is a traditional Scottish bread called Selkirk Bannock. It takes a bit of patience so try, try again! It's worth it.
This lovely crisp, rich buttery treat, which originated in Scotland, will keep in an airtight container for about 4 weeks.
This is the basic Scottish shortbread recipe. The cornflour improves the crumbly texture which is part of the tradition. You can add chocolate, raisins and nuts if you want.
This confectionery originates from Scotland and resembles fudge. It is a simple five ingredient recipe for a great sweet treat.
These are really good served warm and drizzled with honey. Stored in an airtight container they can last up to 2 weeks.
Classic Scotch eggs take a little bit of fiddly work but are so good, especially at picnics and other other gatherings!