Napoleon’s Hat biscuits is another one of the Royal recipes I’m sharing today. Mildred Nicholls, the famous cook that worked at Buckingham Palace when Edward VII was on the throne made these biscuits. She called them Chapeaux communes and these were made as a snack to take with them in their country pursuits, when the
I’ve read this month an amazing book, called Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China by Jung Chang, and today I’ve shared the review for it on my book blog, if you want to read it. Because I loved the book so much, I thought I should make some Chinese biscuits, so I’ve made these Chinese
I made these Peanut butter cookies after reading Deliciously Ella: The Plant-Based Cookbook by Ella Mills, you can see here my review of the book. The book is interesting, she talks about her journey, not only shares recipes, so do browse it if you have the chance. I was excited to try a vegan recipe
Mulled Wine Biscuits is a better name, than my first idea of “mulled wine squirrels”, mainly because that one sounds like a fancy dish in a Michelin star restaurant. Also, the shape of the biscuits makes no difference. Use any shape you like. I got these from Ikea, if you want to use the same
Kleeb lamduan are flower shortbread biscuits from Thailand. They are made to look like the lamduan flower. They not only look amazing, but they are quite easy to make and also vegan. Traditionally the biscuits are smoked with a Thai dessert candle. I didn’t have any, but it didn’t matter, as the biscuits turned out
Kolche ab-e-dandaan are cardamom and pistachio biscuits from Afghanistan. As they are made with oil, this means that they are also vegan. I found on a blog that mot-à-mot translation from Dari into English is “water from teeth”, as in “melt in the mouth”. I have to agree, these biscuits really melt in the mouth.
My husband and I are on holiday in Cornwall, so what could I have made for us to take but Cornish Fairings? These biscuits, Cornish Fairings, are a traditional ginger biscuit from Cornwall. The name “Fairing” comes from biscuits or edible treats that were sold at fairs all around the country. In time, it was