Sickly sweet rectangular cakes made from sugar and condensed milk. Found in corner shops and bring and buy sales in Scotland, and also sold door to door by small children for extortionate prices. Guarenteed to make your teeth dissapear.

How to make:

1 pound sugar
2 ounces of butter (cut up)
6 ounces evaporated milk

Mix all together well. Cook in a saucepan on high for 12 minutes - stirring down every time it boils up. Beat well and pour into small greaseproof paper lined pan to set. Cut when cool.

Recipe stolen from somewhere.

See also: coconut ice, and macaroon bar I guess

Ta"blet (?), n. [F. tablette, dim. of table. See Table.]


A small table or flat surface.


A flat piece of any material on which to write, paint, draw, or engrave; also, such a piece containing an inscription or a picture.


Hence, a small picture; a miniature.


4. pl.

A kind of pocket memorandum book.


A flattish cake or piece; as, tablets of arsenic were formerly worn as a preservative against the plague.

6. Pharm.

A solid kind of electuary or confection, commonly made of dry ingredients with sugar, and usually formed into little flat squares; -- called also lozenge, and troche, especially when of a round or rounded form.


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