Parkin is a traditional gingerbread recipe from the north of England. Yorkshire parkin is probably the most famous, but Lancashire have their own too. It’s a gorgeous, spicy, sticky thing; the black treacle immediately brings Bonfire Night to mind, and the spices add more autumnal yumminess. I’ve adapted this recipe from a few different ones I found. I’m not sure where it falls on the Lancashire/Yorkshire divide, although apparently Lancastrian parkin tends to have more flour and less oatmeal.
Posts Tagged Treacle
Tagged As: Autumn, Bonfire Night, English, Ginger, Gingerbread, Golden Syrup, Nutmeg, Parkin, Treacle | Categories: Baking, Recipes, Treats | Leave a Comment
Tagged As: Brownies, Chocolate, Dark chocolate, Hazelnut, Nutella, Treacle | Categories: Baking, Recipes, Treats | Leave a Comment
These dark chocolate hazelnut brownies have a hint of treacle in the background, and extra nuttiness from a little added nutella. I usually prefer my brownies without nuts, but these are lovely. They are definitely more fudgey than cakey, for those that care about that sort of thing, and the nuts give a nice crunch.