Hot Cross Buns are a traditional sweet bread typically served in Newfoundland, on Good Friday. The buns are usually made with spices, dried fruit, and a cross-shaped icing on top, which symbolizes the crucifixion of Jesus. Serve these warm and fragrant Hot Cross Buns with a cup of tea or coffee. Click on above photo to see recipe.
Newfoundland has a rich culinary history and is known for its delicious breads and baked goods. Here are some popular bread recipes from Newfoundland:
- Toutons: These are traditional Newfoundland fried dough balls that are typically served with molasses or syrup. They are light, fluffy, and easy to make.
- White “Homemade” Bread: This traditional Newfoundland white bread is made with flour, yeast, sugar, and salt, and is known for its soft and fluffy texture.
- Tea Buns: Biscuits are a staple in Newfoundland and are often served with breakfast or as a snack. They are made with flour, baking powder, salt, butter, and milk or buttermilk, and are quick and easy to make.
- Molasses Bread: This traditional Newfoundland brown bread is made with flour, molasses, raisins, and baking soda, and is steamed until tender and flavorful.
These are just a few of the many delicious bread recipes that can be found in Newfoundland. Whether you prefer sweet or savory, there is sure to be a recipe that will satisfy your cravings. Each of these breads is a delicious representation of the rich culinary.
Newfoundland Toutons are made from dough that is fried in oil or pork fat until it is crispy and golden brown. The dough is typically made with flour, baking powder, salt, and water or milk, and is rolled into small balls or discs before being fried. Toutons are often served with molasses or butter and are a popular breakfast or brunch food in Newfoundland. They are a simple and delicious comfort food that has been enjoyed in Newfoundland for generations. Click on above photo to see recipe.