By truebrit on January 31, 2005
"I found this old Yorkshire teatime recipe in Great British Cooking. These currant cookies are very simple, but it's impossible to eat only one!"
Serving Size: 1 (495 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"These reminded me of a teatime favourite from my Scottish youth, rock cakes. I used sultanas rather than currants, simply because I don't like currants/raisins, they turned out very well and were gone almost before they had time to cool! Definitely an easy-to-make people-pleaser, you could quickly whip up a batch for unexpected guests or hungry teenagers. Nice recipe, thank you truebrit!"