I like this ' Smiling ' result.
Added some raisin to the scones.
Finally I found the right recipe for this English scones. Right texture, not too dry, taste great and smell really good! Been testing out four different recipes till I came to this. Scones is one of the easiest pastry to make you can find among the others. It's always very comforting to eat scones especially during tea time. I love to sandwich it with rich double cream or clotted cream and strawberry jam. The combinations are just too hard to resist! Yes, I know it's also a sin full combination. But lives are short......
Made some for my son's teacher , who happen to love scones. So pleased to know she and her family enjoyed. However, I can never make the same scones as those selling in UK Marks & Spencer. They are so soft and the taste is something I could never forget and it seems to stay with me every time I think about it! As if I am tasting it.... My hubby will never fail to bring some back for me whenever he goes there.
Baking Powder 1 2/3 tsp
Unsalted Butter 50g
Egg + Milk 120g
1. Flour, salt and sugar sifted in a mixing bowl.
2. Rub butter in with flour mixture till bread crumb texture.
3. Slowly add in egg and milk mixture and form a soft dough. Do not mix the dough too hard.
4. Bring dough on work top , and roll to 2cm thick, use a ring cutter and cut out 7 scones and place them on baking tray lined with parchment paper.
5. Bake the scones at 220' c for 12-15 minutes. You brush some egg wash before baking.
6. Cool the baked scones on wire rack, or may eat them while they are warm.