Thursday, November 4, 2010

Tea time..........

I had baked some scones for a group here from England and thought, why not share the recipe with you all.



My Scone Recipe:

1 cup of cold butter
3 cups of flour
4 tbsp of sugar
6 tsp of baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 egg
1 cup of milk


pre heat oven to 375 preferably using convection bake. cut the butter into cubes and place in food processor with blade, add all of the dry ingredients and whiz about until it resembles an oatmeal like texture.  crack the egg in to a measuring cup and fill with milk until it measures one cup.  lightly wisk the egg into the milk.  pour the milk misture slowly into the dry while whizzing about until it forms a dough.  turn the dough out onto a floured surface and work lightly to form a dough ball patting down to form a flat top.  using biscuit cutter you should get about 8 biscuits from this recipe.  bake for 12 minutes and turn the pan around and bake for a further 10 to 12 minutes until lightly golden on top.  served with whipped butter and preserves..........ENJOY!


Oh yes, and make yourself a cup of tea and enjoy
while flipping through your favourite magazine like......Jean D'Arc perhaps!  For you Chrissy, since you dont bake, I will bring you scones to go with the tea that you will make me.......love ya!!



7 comments:

Chrissy said...

Hey how come i make you tea all the time yet you don;t bring me scones....???? When do you want to go and get my fabric for my slipcovers that you are making for me cause you never bring me scones? x0x00x

Country Livin' said...

Just you for you Chis, I have edited the above........xoxo

chickie said...

I enjoyed your blog.There are so many shades of white.I love all of it! I too love to decorate with white. You did a nice job putting your whites together.
Fun Finds 2 U...Chickie

Fabulously french said...

Your scones look yummy, I may have to make some for Mr FF and moi.

Bon week-end a toi,

Leeann x

Secret Garden Cottage said...

These scones look absolutely delicious, Trish! I don't bake very often either, but this recipe seems pretty easy... may have to try it some time... thanks for sharing!
Have a lovely weekend!
xo ~ Jo :)

Blondie's Journal said...

These look heavenly, Trish. I have only made scones once before, with cranberries and they were pretty good in spite of the fact that I really don't bake!! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe! Love your new blog!

XO,
Jane

Faded Charm said...

Sounds yummy! I found your blog through Chrissy whom I've followed since I started blogging. So glad to see you joined in on WW. Hope to see more of your beautiful home.

Enjoy your weekend.

Kathleen