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BARA BRITH RECIPE.....

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Here as promised…..

I use mixed dried fruit, or luxury dried fruit, but omit the glace cherries, it is very much like an old fashioned malt loaf, quite moist, in this one I used Red Bush tea, but any tea can be used………..keep for at least a week in a tin, lovely buttered but not necessary.

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oh brilliant, im looking forward to making and eating this cake ~ thanks DD

23 Apr, 2012

 

Your welcome Sticki....

23 Apr, 2012

 

Delish. thanks Dd. will have a go next week.

23 Apr, 2012

 

it looks really good.

23 Apr, 2012

 

Added to my faves..
And nominated for goypedia (should have a category 'recipes For the garden'.......

Its interesting that the recipes are similar, I wonder about Yorkshire tea bread?

24 Apr, 2012

 

Mine too.

24 Apr, 2012

 

very well made DD - unfortunately don't like sultanas - but does look a very well made cake :)))))))))))))

24 Apr, 2012

 

Looks delish gone on to favourites, will try out at the week-end.

24 Apr, 2012

 

Looks a bit like our Lincolnshire Plum bread, added to my favourites too will have a go at that in the winter months no time for baking when the garden is calling, although after saying that the garden is not dry enough to get on so maybe just maybe later on today. lol.

24 Apr, 2012

 

Hubby would like that one, anything he can add butter too is yummy in his book, thankyou Dd....

24 Apr, 2012

amy
Amy
 

Thanks Maureen thats another one to go in my recipe book :o)

24 Apr, 2012

 

We always used to get this in the Sunday School tea party on New Year's Day lol. .... that was a long time ago. ... It's very nice though :o))

24 Apr, 2012

 

Hywel the original recipe came from a Welsh friend of mine, a very long time ago......
Amy who is Maureen?
Lincs my OH is the same lol....Olive all these recipes are very similar.....Stroller I am sure you wont be disappointed!
Paul you can always substitute the sultanas? Pamg I have made lots of these kind of loaves over the years, some better than others, our children loved the old fashioned malt loaf.... GM hope you have time to make one.....

24 Apr, 2012

 

in favs so i can make it Dotty :o))

24 Apr, 2012

 

Yum...I wonder if we all put on weight after joining GOY? So many lovely recipes on here and I must give this a go too:-)

24 Apr, 2012

 

Excellent Dotty. Looks delicious. Will be trying this as soon as.
I am a Welsh 'Lady' but have never tried making it, although I have made Barm Brack and Soda Bread. :o)

26 Apr, 2012

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