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Microwave Dumpling 
1/pt cold water 1 cup of sugar 8oz sultanas 8oz mixed fruit 1 rounded tbs mixed spice 1 rounded tbs cinnamon 1tbs syrup 1 tbs treacle 1tsp baking …

Boiled Rice Pudding 
Boiled Rice Pudding Ingredients: (Serves 4) 6 ozs Pudding Rice 3/4 Pint Whole Milk 1 16 oz Can Evaporated Milk 3 oz Granulated Sugar …

Mince and Tatties Recipe 
Mince and Tatties Recipe Ingredients: (Serves 4) 1 lb Lean Minced Beef 2 chopped onions 2 chopped carrots 4 oz diced turnip or swede Gravy …

Edinburgh Rock 
Edinburgh Rock is a well-loved and traditional Scottish sweet (candy), but it really isn't too hard to make. Ingredients 1 lb sugar Quarter pt …

Chocolate and Whisky Dessert 
This delicious chocolate and Whisky Dessert is very easy to make: Ingredients 6 oz chocolate digestive biscuits 1 pint whipped cream …

Microwave Tablet 
Microwave tablet is a quick and easy way to make this Scottish confectionary. I used to hate making it in a pan as you had to beat it for ages and I often …

Aberdeen Special 
Guaranteed to Work For all the family including the children. 1 Large mug of honey 1 Med to large onion Peel and slice onion Pour …

Drink Recipe 
Hello! Can you tell me anything you know about ginger wine? A dear friend and neighbor relayed a story to me about her father always making ginger wine …

Looking for an authentic " Ginger bread Loaf" Recipe 
One of my best memories of my Mum (now Passed) when my Brother and I were wee, was sitting at the stove on a cold fall or winter night, waiting for the …

Easy Tasty Stovies.....Glasgow Style ...with GIANT YORKSHIRE PUDDING! 
Try this easy tasty Storvies ... Glasgow Syle ... with Giant Yorkshire Pudding. Ingredients 6 Pork Sausages, I use Scottish Recipe ones with the …

Tripe with Tatties (Potatoes)and Onions 
This is definitely an aquired taste but growing up with my born and raised Scottish Parents also from Falkirk Sterlingshire, we had this once in a while …

Tipsy Cake 
Does anyone have a recipe for Tipsy Cakes? This is not the tipsy laird trifle but the individual little cakes which we had growing up in the 50/60s in …

Rissoles 
This is a simple recipe for rissoles that I've used for years. Lamb is best, but if you've no minced lamb then use minced beef. RISSOLES Ingredients …

Stovies - Another version! 
My mother was born and bred in Falkirk (born 1920) and came to Australia in 1952. Her Stovies were always a favourite - but different from the recipes …

Fruit Slice (Fly cemetery!) 
2 cups raisins 1 cup currants 1 cup water 1 cup sugar 1 dessertspoon cornflour 1 teaspoon mixed spice Place all ingredients in pan and boil for …

5 Minute Chocolate Mug Cake 
4 tablespoons flour 4 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons cocoa 1 egg 3 tablespoons milk 3 tablespoons oil 3 tablespoons chocolate chips …

Clootie Dumpling addt. 
to the recipe on the site...try using less flour, some breadcrumbs an apple, a carrot and a few spoons of treacle. perfecto.

Skirlie 
My granny Laird always made this and we still eat it today!!!! Cheap but can cause major heartburn so you have been warned! 1 medium onion, sliced …

SCONES 
PREHEAT OVEN TO 375º FAHRENHEIT 2 CUPS FLOUR 2 tsps. BAKING POWDER 1/2 tsp BAKING SODA 1/2 tsp NUTMEG 1/2 tsp CINNAMON 1/2 tsp SALT 1 stick of …

Meringues  
Meringues are not as hard to make as some people think. This is a tried and tested recipe, and of course delicious with fresh whipped cream. Ingredients: …

GRANDMA WRIGHT'S CLOOTIE DUMPLING 
This recipe was my Grandma's, and she passed it on to my Mum who has now passed it on to me. However, I am still learning the mixing method, as you need …

Mince and Tatties 
Mince and tatties is something that I had once a week as a child. We still have it now and I think you'll find it served in homes around Scotland. There's …

Cup Of Tea Cake 
1 tsp Bicarbonate of soda 8 oz self raising flour 4 oz sugar 8 oz sultanas or mixed fruit 1 tsp mixed spice 4 oz margarine …

Scottish recipe against a Sore Throat 
Working as a large animal veterinary surgeon in all weather conditions in the rough countryside of Aberdeenshire, I have been affected with all forms …

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Gaelic Coffee 
Gaelic Coffee is a great way to finish a meal or to warm you up on a cold winter day.. Ingredients Fresh, filter coffee 3 dessert-spoons whisky …

Mealy Potatoes 
Don't know if this is too simple to call a recipe, but it's a lovely way to have potatoes and goes great with fresh simple food like grilled mackerel. …

Scot's Pepper Pleasure Boats 
Scot's Pepper Pleasure Boats Seasoning Items • Black pepper • Worcestershire Sauce • Salt • Fresh Ginger • Honey Preparation Items • Olive …

Malt loaf 
This is a delicious and moist malt loaf. A visitor to the site asked me for a recipe for Malt Bread. This is an easy to make recipe, and I decided to …

Quick Microwave Christmas Pudding 
Most Christmas Puddings have to be made weeks in advance, and I often find I'm not organised enough to do this - and then at the last minute have to go …

Potted Hough Not rated yet
Go to your Butcher and ask for a Fore Nap and 3lb of Hough. (You might need to order it) Then cover the bone with water boil it for as long as poss (I …

Scottish Scones -- fried? Not rated yet
This is the only recipe for fried scones I've ever seen, yet I got it many years ago from a Scottish 'war bride' who lived near us. I have no reason to …

Oatmeal stuffing  Not rated yet
6 tablespoonfuls medium oatmeal 3 tbsp suet (packet)beef,light,vegetarian whatever suits 2or 3 tbsp finely chopped onion Salt to taste Tip: blast …

Neil's Haggis recipe Not rated yet
This is a recipe for those of us living in the USA and will serve 10-12 people Ingredients: 2 sheep's hearts 1 lb or 500g of sheep's liver 5 sheep's …

Stovies the Niddrie Mains way Not rated yet
500 grams (1lb tatties) 1 large Onion. 1oxo cube.1 tin corn beef, salt pepper 1 tablespoon of water. You need the patience of Saint to make this work. …

Cranachan Not rated yet
Pinhead oatmeal 30g Raspberries 250g Whipping cream 500g Drambuie to taste Honey to taste (optional) Toast the pinhead oatmeal in a pan over a low …

microwave Clootie Dumpling Not rated yet
1 cup water 6 ounce margarine 1 pound sultanas (soaked overnight in tea +dash of whisky) 2 tbsp ground ginger (or mixed spice optional) 1 tbsp treacle …

Clootie Edinburgh Dumpling Not rated yet
4os mixed dry fruit 20z shredded suet 30z dark brown sugar 1lemon rind shredded 1 orange rind shredded tablespoon syrup tablespoon treacle 30z self …

Rich Man's Stovies Not rated yet
6 large potatoes sliced 1 medium onion chopped 1 Knorr beef stock cube 5/6 slices corned beef salt & pepper to taste Barely cover sliced potatoes …

Rich Man's Stovies Not rated yet
6 large potatoes sliced 1 medium onion chopped 1 Knorr beef stock cube 5/6 slices corned beef salt & pepper to taste Barely cover sliced potatoes …

Stovies a la superior  Not rated yet
Lean beef mince 400g Pork sausages 8 (depending on size) 2 large onions 1 medium turnip (suede) 8 average tatties (potatoes) 3 large carrots Some …

Stovies( hotpot) Not rated yet
Potatoes carrots turnip onions pork links lorne sausage. Partially boil the potatoes and cut into slices. Cut the turnip and carrot into smal …

Skirlie Not rated yet
Half pound thin sliced smoked streaky bacon Two onions …

Quiche Cup Cakes Not rated yet
Ingredients 2eggs grated cheese mixed herbs pepper 4 slices of bread Method Get a small mixing bowl and lightly beat your two eggs then …

Tipsy Cake Recipe Not rated yet
This Tipsy Cake Recipe does have a little alcohol in it - but is vry different to the Tipsy Laird (trifle) that is so popular in Scotland. I know there …

stovies Not rated yet
Ingredients 2 large lamb stewing chops 1/2lb steak mince 4 beef link suasages 2 large carrots 1 large onion 2 large potatoes. plain flour oil …

Catriona Not rated yet
I live in Canada and was looking for a shortbread recipe. When I was wee, my Aunt, who lived in Ford in Argyll, made wonderful shortbread, and gave me …

Mr Johnstone's wife's Cullen Skink Not rated yet
Ingredients Smoked Haddock Potatoes Onion Half teaspoonful Mace Half teaspoonful Nutmeg Salt and Pepper Vegetable stockcube Carton single …

Easy Shortbread Not rated yet
Nancy shared this Easy Shortbread Recipe - sound great Nancy. I shall be trying it soon. May Ingredients 1/2 lb. unsalted butter. 1/2 cup …

Skirlie Not rated yet
Skirlie is a traditional Scottish side dish or stuffing but over the years has been adapted to become a very tasty main meal. The name, Skirlie comes originally …

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