Welsh Breakfast Cakes - Mel's Kitchen Cafe
Are you looking for a delightful new breakfast idea? Something a bit different than a pancake? These little welsh breakfast cakes may be the answer!
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Cawl pronounced ‘cowl’, is Welsh for broth or soup. Like all traditional country soups the ingredients are governed by what is to hand or in season. It appears from early Welsh manuscri…
Welsh Recipe: Welsh Broth - Cawl Cymraeg
Most nations have their own version of Stew or Broth. It seems to have been a staple of diet for as long back as you care to go, and Wales is no different. The Welsh word for Broth is "Cawl" (pronounced like "Cow" with an L on the end). Cawl was the dish most likely to be served down on the farm during the winter months in Wales. This recipe became more or less the standard Cawl recipe as used across much of Wales in the early 20th Century.
Coal Miners Pasties
Coal miners in the Midwest would take these for their lunch. They keep warm rather long wrapped in a towel. Some housewives would stuff one end with a savory filling, and the other with a sweet one. That way you could have your dessert with your dinner! For a true coal miner meal experience, be sure to roughly chop the potatoes.