Yorkshire fat rascals recipes

FAT RASCALS

FAT RASCALS

They are flat rolled cakes traditionally from Yorkshire. Fat rascals look like scones or rock cakes. Unlikely Yorkshire Lass
Bonfire Bakes: Fat Rascals

Bonfire Bakes: Fat Rascals

Along with roly-poly pudding, surely the name of this Yorkshire classic is the best in baking. The Betty's recipe for Fat Rascals, arguably the best, is a very closely guarded secret
Cakes & Bakes: Fat rascals

Cakes & Bakes: Fat rascals

I used a traditional fat rascals recipe from Old Yorkshire Recipes by Joan Poulson (which you can get on Amazon for a penny
Yorkshire Rock Cakes

Yorkshire Rock Cakes

Some people call them fat rascals, but they're not fat rascals at all. You can find my fat rascal recipe here
Memories of Yorkshire Curd Tart

Memories of Yorkshire Curd Tart

Fat Rascals. to Yorkshire Puddings, homemade Yorkshire Curd Tart. Whitsuntide, when there were feasts and fair days across Yorkshire villages to
A Day of Bread at Betty's Cookery School

A Day of Bread at Betty's Cookery School

What you may not know is that Betty’s have their own cookery school, situated on a little industrial park just outside Harrogate within spitting distance of the Betty’s bakery (wherein all of said Fat Rascals are brought to being) and the Taylors of Harrogate factory (purveyors of Yorkshire Tea, the only one acceptable in our house)
Black Pepper Chicken Curry

Black Pepper Chicken Curry

One thing I’ve been meaning to cook for a while are Fat Rascals, a traditional Yorkshire cake made famous by Betty’s Tea Rooms, very similar to a scone, but highly superior
Yorkshire Fat Rascals

Yorkshire Fat Rascals

We are in Yorkshire after all. I don't often bake cakes as we could easily be a bunch of fat rascals ourselves, but these are 'reight tasty' and were well worth doing as a holiday treat
Fat Rascals

Fat Rascals

Basically, we don’t have a valid excuse to go have a Yorkshire jolly anymore. To try and overcome our parting blues we decided to give Fat Rascals a go
Fat Rascals

Fat Rascals

I thought it had been a while since I cooked something really traditional and the name Fat Rascal just jumped out at me