What could be more British than scones? In March’s FoodWeLove box , the kitchen of Great Britain is in the lead, and of course scones should not be missing. That’s why they give you a basic recipe plus four variations for jolly good scones.
For 8-10 pieces:
- 300 grams self-raising flour
- half a bag of baking powder
- pinch of salt
- Marrow of 1 vanilla pod
- 2 tablespoons caster sugar
- 100 ml whole milk
- 50 grams butter, melted
- 1 egg
- 1 egg white
- Baking tray with baking paper
Preheat the oven to 220°C. Place all ingredients in a large bowl and mix into a (sticky) dough. Add some more milk if it is too dry.
Make eight to ten balls of the dough, or cut eight to ten circles with a pastry cutter. Place it on a baking tray with baking paper. Bake the scones for fifteen minutes at 220°C until golden brown.
Variations (add to the base dough)
Pumpkin, sage and nutmeg
– In this variant, replace the vanilla and sugar with 3 teaspoons nutmeg
– 10 sage leaves, finely chopped
– 400 grams pumpkin, cooked, mashed and the moisture squeezed out
Pistachio, ginger and mandarin
– 2 handfuls of pistachios, in small pieces
– 2 tsp grated ginger
– Grate of 2 mandarins
Rum raisins, cinnamon and orange
– For this variant, replace the vanilla with 3 teaspoons cinnamon
– 150 grams of raisins soaked in rum
– Grater of 1 orange
Banana and chocolate
– 1 banana, in small pieces
– 250 grams of chocolate, in small pieces
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