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RecipeRaptor.com is an online recipe hub, where people who like to cook can share recipes with those who don’t know how.

If you don’t have any recipes to share just yet, check out this personal favorite of mine Portuguese Tarts, as an example.
Over on the right of the page you’ll find a list of recipes to choose from. These are handpicked, real recipes that I bake and eat myself.

For more recipes, visit www.EverydayRecipes.net and check out the recipe database.
There’s over 42,000 recipes there, so you are sure to find something of interest.

If you need to convert from Metric to Imperial, use this handy conversion table.

If you don’t know what Self Raising (SR) Flour is:

For each cup of all-purpose flour add 1.5 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
or just add one ounce of baking powder to each pound of flour.

I found this page that explains American vs British ingredient equivalents, these recipes on the main page are all Australian, which is closer to British than American.
This forum can also help to explain the differences, as it seems Canada and Australia are also different !

If you get stuck with any of the ingredients, just leave a comment or send me an email, via the contact form.

Thanks for visiting,

Ben Drury.

 

PS, check out our Facebook Page, for all the latest recipe updates…

 

 

 

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  1. admin

    The Portuguese Tarts Recipe has been added above, stay tuned for more recipes, soon to be uploaded  to the links in the Blogroll section.

    Video tutorials will be coming soon too…

  2. admin

    New ! Creme Caramel Recipe has been added

  3. admin

    Green Tea Cake Recipe has now been added. If you're put off by the colour, keep in mind that it's more delicious than it looks…

  4. admin

    I’m pleased to announce, that the first cooking video (Chocolate Cake) has finally been uploaded.

    Please note, for people who don’t have Self Raising flour (SR Flour) use this as a guide:

    “For each cup of all-purpose flour add 1.5 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
    or just add one ounce of baking powder to each pound of flour.”

    If you have any questions, or if you enjoy this recipe, please leave a comment.

    Happy baking !

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