Scones

DifficultyBeginner
Scones, there is something about them. They are surprisingly simple and very quick to make. A great afternoon snack to have with friends and family.
Yields1 Serving

Ingredients

 360 g Self-Rasing Flour
 15 g Caster Sugar
 90 g ButterCold and Chopped into small squares
 190 ml Full Cream Milk
 1 tsp Vanilla extract

Directions

1

Preheat oven to 180C Fan forced.

2

Place your flour in a large bowl. Add sugar and butter. With your fingertips rub the butter and flour together. As you do this the mixture will get crumbly, somewhat like sand or breadcrumbs.

3

Add milk and vanilla. With a knife or spatula mix until it starts to come together. On a light floured bench, place the dough and knead lightly. The dough is not super soft, expect it to have some firmness to it.

4

Flatten the dough to a rough 2cm thickness. You can use your hands, a rolling pin, whatever is easier and most convenient to you. We used a 5cm cutter to make the scones but you can use anything between 5cm and 7cm.

5

Place your scones into a baking tray about 1 cm apart from each other.
*We used a stone tray and that doesn’t require us to use any baking paper or to flour the surface.
*Depending on the tray you use, flour, and butter the surface or use a piece of baking paper to prevent sticking.

6

Bake for 10-12 minutes at 180 C (minimum) some ovens will work better at higher temps like 200 C or 220 C. The bake time will depend a lot on your oven and the tray you use. Look for a golden top finish on your scones, that is how you know they are done.

7

Serve with Doulsi, cream and any other of your favourite jams!

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