Eccles cake

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Etymology[edit]

  • From the town of the same name, Eccles, where the cake was first sold commercially in 1793.

Noun[edit]

Eccles cake (plural Eccles cakes)

  1. A small, round, oven-baked cake made from a currant-based filling enclosed in puff pastry.

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