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Two descriptions of sweet glazed yeast-raised buns are associated with Southwold.
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1: SOUTHWOLD BUTTER BUNS
Yeast-raised sweet glazed buns made with a dough folded over butter. Associated with Marshall's Bakery, and, since the 1990's with Hutson's and later with Mills and Sons on the Market Square.
Butter Buns from Mills & Sons Southwold Ltd
2: SOUTHWOLD St EDMUND'S STICKY BUNS
Yeast-raised glazed buns with spices
Original Receipt from BBC Suiffolk 19/11/2007
St Edmund's Buns
1-and-a-half lbs flour
1-and-a-half teaspoons of salt
2 oz of butter
2 teaspoons of mixed spice
3 oz Sugar
4 oz sultanas
1/2 pint tepid milk
1/4 pint of tepid water
1 oz of yeast
Mix together and then place small portions of the dough onto a baking tray.
Allow to rise in a warm place until nearly double in size. Then bake in a preheated oven at 300 to 350 degrees for about 25 to 30 minutes, or until brown.
Cover with sugar solution and enjoy! Best eaten warm.
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