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Traditional Scottish Black Bun. This looks really interesting to try. It is supposed to be delicious and I want to find out! The recipe is in grams so you will have to weigh out the ingredients or convert it, we just weigh it out the scale was surprisingly inexpensive and we just zero out the bowl and begin! Pin leads back to delicious magazine's free recipe website! Have fun!
Scottish black bun
Black Bun, Traditional Scottish, Food Ideas, Fruit Cakes, Scottish Food, Cake Wrapped, Scottish Recipes, Dried Fruit
Black Bun ~ Black Bun is a traditional Scottish treat eaten at Hogmanay (New Years Eve). It is dense rich, dried fruits wrapped in pastry, the filling looking almost black, hence the name.
Is it a pie, is it a fruit cake? Perhaps a bit of both. Traditional Scottish Black Bun. Enjoy more pins inspired by Outlander here: https://www.pinterest.com/KaveyEats/outlander-inspiration/
Scottish black bun - baked for "first footing" -an old Hogmanay custom: shortly after midnight, neighbours would visit one another to offer their best wishes for the New Year and take gifts such as black bun (a fruit cake wrapped in pastry) to symbolise that the household would not go hungry that year. http://www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk/recipes/scottish-black-bun/
Traditional Scottish Black Bun. This looks really interesting to try. Pin leads back to delicious magazine's free recipe website!
Delicious Scottish Black Bun is a fruit cake wrapped in pastry and taken to friends and neighbors soon after midnight to wish them a Happy New Year and to symbolize that the household would not go hungry in the new year.
Scottish Black Bun (fruit cake wrapped in pastry) - Traditional gift on New Year's Day in Scotland
Scottish: Scottish Black Bun recipe. Traditional Scottish cake/dessert.
A traditional Scottish recipe, Scottish Black Bun!
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