Leek, Laverbread and Y Fenni Cheese Welshcakes A savoury twist on a traditional Welsh classic. Ingredients: 250g self-raising flour 100g Welsh salted butter 1leek, white and light green part, finely chopped 50g Y Fenni cheese, grated 1tsp dried Laverbread (Welshman’s caviar) 1 beaten egg 1 tbsp milk (you can add a little more if required) Leek, Laverbread and Y Fenni Cheese Welsh cakes Method: Rub the butter into the flour until it resembles fine breadcrumbs. Add leek, cheese and Laverbread.Mix with a fork. Add beaten egg and milk to form a stiff dough. Roll out to 1cm thickness and cut into circles (about 6cm in diameter). Heat a griddle or frying pan (medium heat).Oil with a little butter. Drop Welshcakes onto the hot surface and cook through until golden on each side. Recipe by Jane Harris, Visit Wales. Find more traditional Welsh recipes here. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Welsh afternoon tea We’ve picked a few places where you can enjoy afternoon tea in style. A feast of foraging Daniel Bulter from Fungi Forays thinks Wales has the perfect wild mushroom growing climate. Great Welsh seafood From markets and restaurants to boat trips and sea safaris, Wales does a sumptuous line in seafood. Great ciders in Wales You won’t go short of great places to enjoy the world-class cider produced in Wales. Food foraging in Wales Writer Charles Williams reveals the delights you can find for free on a guided foraging trip. It’s a living thing Children can make history at one of our brilliant living history museums.