Raisin scones

I got whipping cream to substitute for heavy cream this time, so no milk and cheese mix. I also modified the recipe a little. Here’s how it went, starting with the dry ingredients:

2 cups flour
¾ teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon baking powder
4 tablespoons sugar

Mix all the above in a bowl till well blended.

dry ingredients mixed

Next:
a handful of raisins
5 tablespoons unsalted butter

I’m mixing everything by hand with a fork so it helps to melt the butter

butter in hot water

While the butter is melting, chop up the raisins. I’m not sure why I did this, but I decided to chop them up.

raisins
chopped

When the butter is ready add it to the flour mix. Mix with fork till blended.

add butter

Add the raisins, mix them in as well.

add chopped raisins

Then add
½ a cup of whipping cream
1 egg, beaten

whipping cream and egg are in

Continue to mix with fork till well blended and lumpy. Then the rest is the same as before:

pour out onto surface
shape and cut
ready for the buttered sheet pan
in the buttered sheet pan

Beat one more egg and brush the wedges with it. Sprinkle some brown sugar on top. Pre-heat oven to 200°C. Bake for about 15 minutes or until they start to get the golden brown colour

half way through the baking
done
just enough raisins I think

He didn’t want anything with his, served them plain with tea

served

 

Husband Rating: ★★★★★★★★★☆

 

I had mine with avocado.

avocado
scone cut in half
avocado on top
it was nice!

 

About aika

Making, eating and sharing good food are a splendid way to start, brake and end a day! I post good eats on www.pendolamama.co.ke. Life is a feast, eat up!

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