Cawl recipes

Vegetable Cawl

Vegetable Cawl

Cawl is a traditional Welsh dish - pronounced cowel (as my kids inform me, with all the authority of those who have been learning something their parents have not yet had time to get to grips with, and not 'call' as I had thought)
Gammon Cawl and Cheesey Garlicky Scones

Gammon Cawl and Cheesey Garlicky Scones

Cawl is very much back on the weekly menu these days. And while making scones is not everyone's idea of an 'easy tea', bear in mind that while the kids would be happy with the cawl alone, I also have the Husband (and myself) to feed, and a little fiddling about in the kitchen is actually quite enjoyable, especially when the majority of the meal is in the slow cooker
Cawl

Cawl

Cawl was traditionally eaten during the winter months in Wales. Cawl was traditionally eaten during the winter months in Wales
Welsh Cawl {lamb and root vegetable soup}

Welsh Cawl {lamb and root vegetable soup}

Welsh Cawl, with obligatory daffodils. I didn’t grow up eating Cawl, I wish I could ask my mother why. But I discussed this with my siblings, and we reasoned that either Mum didn’t like Cawl, or she assumed that we wouldn’t eat it and therefore didn’t make it
Venison Cawl

Venison Cawl

What they need is a good hearty stew and as we are in Wales I'm serving them up a Welsh cawl using some venison saddle
Vegetarian Welsh Cawl Hot Pot

Vegetarian Welsh Cawl Hot Pot

In anticipation of St David's Day, I made this Welsh Cawl Hot Pot yesterday afternoon. Actually this can easily be a vegan Welsh Cawl Hot Pot, if you omit the cheese, but as I had some Dragon Welsh Caerphilly and Colliers Welsh Cheddar I opted to use them
Welsh Lavercakes with Bacon and Eggs

Welsh Lavercakes with Bacon and Eggs

Welsh Lamb Cawl by me. The Full Welsh Breakfast. The Full Welsh. Laverbread, or bara lawr (bread of the floor) is not a bread at all, but a type of seaweed harvested from the south Wales coastline
Made in Wales

Made in Wales

As you would expect from Welsh cookery books, there is a section on Laverbread, Leeks, Crempog, Cawl, Welsh Rarebit and of course Bara Brith and much much more
Kjötsúpa (Icelandic Lamb Soup)

Kjötsúpa (Icelandic Lamb Soup)

Most countries/regions have their own version of this type of lamb soup - "cawl" from Wales, Scotch broth from Scotland, Irish stew from Ireland, "Scouse" from Liverpool are but a few just from the British Isles…it's a hearty meal that goes a long way and doesn't cost a fortune
Cawl

Cawl

Cawl was traditionally eaten during the winter months in Wales. Cawl was traditionally eaten during the winter months in Wales
Cawl

Cawl

Welsh Cawl. I was reading through a old recipe book, that was my Grandmothers, I came across a heavily annotated recipe for Cawl, which a Welsh version of the ubiquitous Irish Stew
Cawl

Cawl

To serve, divide the cawl equally among four to six serving plates. Place the lamb into a large pan and pour over the stock
Veg & Gammon Cawl Pys

Veg & Gammon Cawl Pys

 *Welsh word for hearty soup . Now I may have the worst luck when it comes to cooking and that bowl of green doesn't look the most appetizing to eat or even attempt to create yourself