As long as you use non-stick liner on your baking sheet, these English Macaroons are very easy to make. Just whisk up your egg whites to a froth and add just enough to make a soft, slightly sticky dough. Handle
English macaroons are absolutely delicious but they have somewhat fallen out of fashion – perhaps because it was impossible to prise them off the baking sheet once baked? However, now that non-stick liners are available they’ve become a doddle to bake
When I was a child, eggs were sold ‘loose’ at the corner shop. They were stored in a large glass bowl and you carried them home in a paper bag – the same sort of bag as any sweets that you
I always wondered how you could tell when you had beaten the butter and sugar to the stage where they were ‘light and fluffy’? After a while you just get a feel for it, but until then I’ve always found that
July’s Norfolk Magazine has the recipe for these delicious coffee biscuits. Here’s some quick photos I took when baking them myself – hope it help when you’re baking yours.
It has to be acknowledged that not all my attempts to develop a recipe are successful. July’s edition of the Norfolk Magazine should have contained a recipe for pink meringues. While it was always going to be a challenge to
I’m delighted to say that this recipe, made with fava bean flour from Hodmedod’s has been given the thumbs up by the Gluten Free Centre who described it as ‘fantastic’ and ‘moist, fluffy and delicious’ with great keeping qualities. What else