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Cranachan July 2005
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"Do you have a recipe for cranachan?" asks Mrs V Mellon of Southend, Essex. "Although my husband is from Scotland and we've often holidayed there, we've never tasted this traditional dessert." We turned to Sue Lawrence's book, Scots Cooking (Headline; £18.99) for a recipe. "The classic ingredients are cream, toasted oatmeal, fruit, honey, whisky and crowdie, a Scottish cottage cheese" says Sue, "although I use Mascarpone for a richer texture."
This recipe was first published in July 2005.