Bara Sinsir refers to a Welsh gingerbread darkened with black molasses and brown sugar and perfumed with chopped peel of a citrus fruit. The taste of Bara Sinsir is reminiscent of ginger, although no ginger is added on the recipe.Maybe candied gingers are put on top of the bread as a decor.

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