One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Thick cream obtained by heating milk slowly and then allowing it to cool while the cream content rises to the top in coagulated lumps.
- ‘Most tea rooms offer several choices of black, green and herbal teas, freshly brewed from loose tea, served with clotted cream and jam for the scones.’
- ‘Serve with clotted cream, ice-cream or, if you are watching your weight, a blob of crème fraîche.’
- ‘Other milk products are butter, dried curds, and clotted cream.’
- ‘Serve warm, with an assortment of spreads: clotted cream, butter, jams, honey, nut butters… and a cup of tea.’
- ‘Tuck into clotted cream and freshly baked scones while sunning yourself on the terrace overlooking the beach.’
- ‘You can buy hand-made chocolates, sour dough breads, jams, honey cakes, terrines, clotted cream and organic meats.’
- ‘The trust tends to serve clotted cream, freshly baked plain scones, strawberry jam and tea, but it welcomes variety.’
- ‘Spoon the warm jam over the slices of malt bread and add a dollop of thick, yellow clotted cream at the side of the plate.’
- ‘More than 30 British foods have already been granted special status, including Cornish clotted cream and Stilton cheese.’
- ‘Top with a spoonful of clotted cream and serve immediately.’
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