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Community Recipes

Welcome to our recipes section - a great place to find baking recipes, supplied, rated and commented upon by you and the Shipton Mill community.

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Heritage Blend SourdoughHeritage Blend Sourdough
Delicate, crusty, easy and full of flavour sourdough bread using wholemeal and white Shipton Mill Heritage Blend flour.
Simple sourdough with overnight prove.


Marbled Hazelnut Swiss Dark SourdoughMarbled Hazelnut Swiss Dark Sourdough
A seasonally nutty wheat bread, delicious with your newly-made damson or redcurrant jelly, or with sliced cold ham or cheese - especially fresh ewe’s curd or goat’s cheese.
3 Corn Bread Rolls3 Corn Bread Rolls
The bread is made from wheat and rye flour with oatmeal and decorated with linseeds or sesame seeds giving lots of flavour.
Banana tea breadBanana tea bread
This recipe is over 50 years old and is a firm family favourite.
Sourdough Baguettes
French baguettes - that blow your family away - simple to make - amazing to taste.
Indian fried bread (Poori)Indian fried bread (Poori)
A staple of India through and through, is Poori, which is a traditional Indian fried bread that is served with almost any main meal.
Mini apple strudel bakesMini apple strudel bakes
These are essentially a lazy version of a South Tyrolean apple strudel (which uses a sweet shortcrust pastry instead of the puff pastry or filo used in other apple strudel recipes), where basically you just mix all the ingredients for both filling and dough together, spoon them out in small heaps and bake - taste similar without all the hassle!.
Soaked Grain Irish Soda BreadSoaked Grain Irish Soda Bread
Soaking the grains not only improves the flavour but also makes the grains easier to digest, because the soaking process neutralises the phytic acid.