Easy Ginger Biscuits Recipe
Gorgeous ginger biscuits made with ground ginger and golden syrup. Ginger biscuits are one of the nations favourite biscuits – we have been eating them for centuries! This traditional British recipe makes the perfect partner to a nice hot cup of tea as once cooled after cooking, they become super-hard, so the perfect tea-dunking biscuit.
To add additional ‘ginger zing’ try adding another 1/2 teaspoonful of fresh ground ginger.
This is also a suitable recipe to swap the wheat flour for almond flour to make it gluten-free.
Time : 15 to 20 minutes
½ lb. flour
a pinch of salt
2 oz. butter
½ teaspoonful ground ginger
2 tablespoonful’s of golden syrup.
Ginger Biscuits Recipe – Rub the butter well into the sifted flour, salt, and ground ginger, adding sufficient golden syrup to form a stiff paste. Roll the mixture to about a quarter of an inch thick on the floured board, cut into rounds, and cook on a greased baking sheet in a moderate oven until well browned.
Time to put the kettle on!