Familie Kampen blijft na in Swansea , item 23

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  Handwritten Recipe for Welsh Cakes on lined notebook paper second page 

then take some milk & mix

same into a stiff paste, stiff

enough to roll out on a board

like you would pastry

then take a cutter, cut out

in rounds, in the meanwhile 

warm your pan, we use a 

frying pan if we haven't a 

bakestone & do them over the

gas on a slow fire,  when

done the one side turn over

lightly with a knife & cook 

the other side they should

turn out very nice if you

follow these instructions

  If you haven't a cutter

use a cup or tumbler.

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  Handwritten Recipe for Welsh Cakes on lined notebook paper second page 

then take some milk & mix

same into a stiff paste, stiff

enough to roll out on a board

like you would pastry

then take a cutter, cut out

in rounds, in the meanwhile 

warm your pan, we use a 

frying pan if we haven't a 

bakestone & do them over the

gas on a slow fire,  when

done the one side turn over

lightly with a knife & cook 

the other side they should

turn out very nice if you

follow these instructions

  If you haven't a cutter

use a cup or tumbler.


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  • February 2, 2019 00:41:33 Stella Watkin

      Handwritten Recipe for Welsh Cakes on lined notebook paper second page 

    then take some milk & mix

    same into a stiff paste, stiff

    enough to roll out on a board

    like you would pastry

    then take a cutter, cut out

    in rounds, in the meanwhile 

    warm your pan, we use a 

    frying pan if we haven't a 

    bakestone & do them over the

    gas on a slow fire,  when

    done the one side turn over

    lightly with a knife & cook 

    the other side they should

    turn out very nice if you

    follow these instructions

      If you haven't a cutter

    use a cup or tumbler.

  • January 22, 2019 13:41:11 Beatrice Van Eeghem

    then take some milk & mix

    same into a stiff paste, stiff

    enough to roll out on a board

    like you would pastry

    then take a cutter, cut out

    in rounds, in the meanwhile 

    warm your pan, we use a 

    frying pan if we haven't a 

    bakestone & do them over the

    gas on a slow fire,  when

    done the one side turn over

    lightly with a knife & cook 

    the other side they should

    turn out very nice if you

    follow these instructions

      If you havént a cutter

    use a cup or tumbler.


  • January 22, 2019 13:39:54 Beatrice Van Eeghem

    then take some milk & mix

    same into a stiff paste, stiff

    enough to roll out on a board

    like you would pastry

    then take a cutter, cut out

    in rounds, in the meanwhile 

    warm your pan, we use a 

    frying pan if we haven't a 

    ballestone & do them over the

    gas on a slow fire,  when

    done the one side turn over

    lightly with a knife & cook 

    the other side they should

    turn out very nice if you

    follow these instructions

      If you havént a cutter

    use a cup or tumbler.


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