Traditional English Recipes

Traditional English Recipes

A cream tea (also known as a Devonshire tea, Devon cream tea or Cornish cream tea) is tea taken with a combination of scones, clotted cream, and jam. Cream teas are offered for sale in tea rooms throughout the United Kingdom

First the jam and then the cream... A Cornish cream tea   (c) B. Pool

First the jam and then the cream... A Cornish cream tea (c) B. Pool

Rodda's clotted cream - always makes for the perfect Cornish cream tea and scones - loves it!  Still sooo hard to get in the USA ...

Rodda's clotted cream - always makes for the perfect Cornish cream tea and scones - loves it! Still sooo hard to get in the USA ...

CORNISH CREAM TEAS | 'Home-made scones, clotted cream, strawberry jam, pot of tea'     ✫ღ⊰n

CORNISH CREAM TEAS | 'Home-made scones, clotted cream, strawberry jam, pot of tea' ✫ღ⊰n

For a proper Cornish Cream Tea in the town of Looe in Cornwall, head to Miss Marple’s on the main street. The cream tea originated in the areas of Cornwall and Devon and in Southwest England you will see teashops and bakeries all over advertising their cream teas.

For a proper Cornish Cream Tea in the town of Looe in Cornwall, head to Miss Marple’s on the main street. The cream tea originated in the areas of Cornwall and Devon and in Southwest England you will see teashops and bakeries all over advertising their cream teas.

An English Cream Tea, consisting of three essential ingredients - Scones, Clotted cream and Strawberry jam. Also known as a Devonshire tea, Devon cream tea or Cornish cream tea. There are regional variations as to how a cream tea should be eaten. The Devonshire (or Devon) method is to split the scone in two, cover each half with clotted cream first, and then lastly to add the strawberry jam on top. In Cornwall, the reverse is done, the scone is first buttered, spread with jam and then topped…

An English Cream Tea, consisting of three essential ingredients - Scones, Clotted cream and Strawberry jam. Also known as a Devonshire tea, Devon cream tea or Cornish cream tea. There are regional variations as to how a cream tea should be eaten. The Devonshire (or Devon) method is to split the scone in two, cover each half with clotted cream first, and then lastly to add the strawberry jam on top. In Cornwall, the reverse is done, the scone is first buttered, spread with jam and then topped…

The obligatory Cornish cream tea with lashings of Rodda's Clotted Cream- yum!

The obligatory Cornish cream tea with lashings of Rodda's Clotted Cream- yum!

How do YOU have your cream tea? Cream on the top or jam on the top?    Of course, I am Cornish.

How do YOU have your cream tea? Cream on the top or jam on the top? Of course, I am Cornish.

Miss Foodwise | Celebrating British food and Culture: Cornish Splits, some very exciting news and a thank-you

Miss Foodwise | Celebrating British food and Culture: Cornish Splits, some very exciting news and a thank-you

CORNISH CREAM TEA  345 grams self-raising flour  75 grams castor sugar  75 grams of margarine  2 small eggs  30 ml of milk  Half a teaspoon of salt  A medium round pastry cutter

CORNISH CREAM TEA 345 grams self-raising flour 75 grams castor sugar 75 grams of margarine 2 small eggs 30 ml of milk Half a teaspoon of salt A medium round pastry cutter

How To Make The Perfect Cream Tea (Regardless Of Whether You Like It Devon Or Cornish-Style) | HuffPost UK

How To Make The Perfect Cream Tea (Regardless Of Whether You Like It Devon Or Cornish-Style)

How To Make The Perfect Cream Tea (Regardless Of Whether You Like It Devon Or Cornish-Style) | HuffPost UK

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