Recipes from Wales
Here's a selection of Welsh recipes for you to try.
Enjoy a taste of the seaside, laverbread, made from seaweed, and cockles are both particularly popular in south west Wales.
The Welsh for pancake(s) is crempog (crempogau). Enjoy these delicious crempogau for breakfast or as a dessert.
Welsh whisky and sea salt are two of the many products from Wales which have gained international popularity and reputation over recent years.
A wonderfully wholesome dish. The contents used to be dictated by geographical location, so it could be a seafood bacon or lamb cawl.
Bara brith is a rich fruit loaf made with tea (sometimes known as 'speckled bread'). The flavour of the Bara Brith can be altered slightly by adding a few flavours such as marmalade or whisky liqueur.
A different twist on the traditional sausage, this vegetarian recipe uses Caerphilly cheese and leek.
There are many versions of this dish. Traditionally it is served on toast, sometimes with a poached egg on top. It may be topped with a fillet of Welsh beef or roasted cod. Of course, it is ideal as a vegetarian dish.
Welsh cakes are a bit like a scone, baked on a griddle and with a distinctive flavour and texture, usually sprinkled with caster sugar and served hot with butter. As an alternative, you can try them with mixed dried fruit or tropical fruit.
This traditional recipe uses local trout, ideally with brown trout, although rainbow trout will work well. Wrapping the trout in bacon helps retain moisture and flavour.
Comfort food at its best. Serve hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for added indulgence!
A delicious healthy breakfast! It combines local seafood with laverbread, a type of seaweed which is collectable on most coastlines.