- March 31, 2015
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Hot Cross Buns are traditionally eaten on Good Friday in Ireland. The cross on the top symbolises the Cross Jesus was crucified on. There are superstitions in Ireland related to Hot Cross buns and Good Friday for example: Hot Cross Buns made on Good Friday, have magical powers, they will not go mouldy, but if you keep a Hot Cross Bun from one year to the next your house will be protected from fire. Ingredients for making Hot Cross Buns •1lb plain flour •2 oz caster sugar •1 oz fresh yeast or 1 level tablespoon dried yeast •¼ pint lukewarm...