Delicious, pretty simple and pretty enough to give as a gift!
When boiling the caramel, try setting the timer to make sure you don't take the pan off the heat too soon.
Time to prepare doesn't include one hour setting time for the caramel/chocolate.
Evelyn Rose was arguably at the forefront of British/Jewish cooking and this recipe of hers NEVER FAILS! Perfect for those who love lemons!
Can be served with or without the syrup; both are amazing.
A little lemon juice can also be added into the cake mix for an extra lemony kick.
Saw this on the Martha Stewart show and it looked yummy - and so much fun! Haven't actually tried it myself but it seems to be one of those Sunday dishes that you need a lot of time to prepare so will set aside a day to try it - eating right off of the table will be a novelty!
These make a lovely breakfast treat or a great snack at any time of day! You can alter them by filling them with cream cheese and raisins, or (my favourite) chocolate! MmmM!
Adapted from a recipe from Binnurs Turkish Cookbook.
Preparation time does not the 2 hours for proofing.
This is a Nigella Lawson recipe that has never failed me, is SO easy and ALWAYS delicious.
If it's not the pomegranate season you have a choice: either use pomegranate molasses (a tablespoonful or so, diluted with an equal amount of water), or just use lemon juice and maybe even a little very finely grated zest.
This is an Antony Worral Thompson recipe and makes the most DELICIOUS pizza dough. You can use any toppings you like, and the dough stores well in the refrigerator for about a week. Preparation time doesn't include the 2 hours rising time.
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