This is the original recipe invented for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 by Constance Spry.
A special cake with a crunchy surprise, which is also gluten and dairy free.
Relatively simple decoration to dress up any cake.
For use in sponges, ice creams and butter creams.
This cake should be made in several stages over 2 days. Give yourself plenty of time, this extra special cake is worth it.
A British classic, perfect for picics and parties.
A spicy tomato sauce. Use with penne or fusilli pasta. Also goes well with spinach and ricotta ravioli.
A simple and tasty canapé to impress at a party.
A versatile cream, good for piping flowers and other cake decorations. This recipe is from an old factory manual from the USSR “Manufacture of Cakes and Pastries” published 1971.
The sponge is a modified Mary Berry recipe from her book “100 Cakes and Bakes” published in 2011. I have halved the amount of sugar