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Recipe: Delicious Easy Plain Scones

Easy Plain Scones. The joy of scones is that you can make them from storecupboard. How ever you like to pronounce it (to rhyme with 'cons' is my personal preference), scones rule! Everybody loves a recipe which only uses ingredients they already have in their kitchen cupboard, and this easy to prepare scone recipe fits effortlessly into that category.

Easy Plain Scones I had a little bit of nostalgia going on there! These are pretty easy to make. Plain Easy Scones updated their profile picture. You can cook Easy Plain Scones using 8 ingredients and 17 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Easy Plain Scones

  1. You need 100 grams of ●Cake flour.
  2. Prepare 100 grams of ●Bread (strong) flour.
  3. Prepare 6 grams of ●Baking powder.
  4. Prepare 34 grams of ●Sugar.
  5. Prepare 50 grams of △Margarine.
  6. You need 2 medium of to large size ■Egg yolk.
  7. Prepare 1 of mix with egg york, total amount should be 80-90ml ■Milk.
  8. You need 1 of A large thick plastic bag.

These gorgeous plain scones are creamy and a lovely treat for tea time. Perfect served with cream and jam as part of your afternoon tea. Plain, meaning without added fruit, but light, airy and just the right amount of crusty surface makes these scones the perfect backdrop to preserves and clotted cream. Plain Scone recipe from the Country Women's Association archive.

Easy Plain Scones instructions

  1. If using a food processor: Please see https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/143698-easy-scones-plain.
  2. Preheat the oven at 200℃. These scones are ready to bake during the time it takes to preheat the oven. Put the 4 ingredients into the plastic bag..
  3. Incorporate some air inside the bag, and shake well to mix the ingredients together..
  4. Add the margarine. Mash the margarine over the bag to coat it with flour and break it apart..
  5. When there are very few lumps remaining, massage the mixture over the bag with both hands until it has a crumbly texture..
  6. Beat the egg yolks well in a measuring cup. Add enough milk to bring the total up to 80 ml, and mix well..
  7. Make a small indent in the centre of the mixture inside the bag and pour in the egg mixture. Let some air to the bag again and shake the bag it around well..
  8. The dough should gradually come together and start clearing the sides of the bag. ※ If this doesn't happen.... →.
  9. ...then measure out 10 ml more milk into the measuring cup that contained the egg mixture and add it to the bag. This time I added 10 ml, so the total egg-milk mixture added was 90 ml..
  10. Push the mixture to the bottom of the bag,, fold the bag to the width you want the finished scones to be, and push the dough with your hands over the bag into a rectangular or log shape. Flatten it until it's 2 to 2.5cm thick using a rolling pin or your hands..
  11. If using our hands, push using the fingers of both hands alternately towards the outer edges to form the dough into a nice shape. Scrape the bottom side corner with your finger nail...it's hard to describe..
  12. Cut the edge of the bag with scissors or a knife to the bottom. Tear and open out the bottom with your hands. Brush the egg mixture left in the cup with your fingers to glaze the surface..
  13. Cut the dough with a knife, into squares or triangles..
  14. The cut ends will make crack nicely, so if you want to make it very neat, cut off the entire surrounding edge of the block of dough before cutting into individual scones. Roll up the cut off bits and bake it along with the rest..
  15. If the cut ends become to spread out by the knife, adjust the shape over the bag. Don't press too hard or the dough will stick back together..
  16. Line up the dough on a baking sheet. Bake for 17-19 minutes. If the dough is too soft to handle, use the plastic bag to handle the dough..
  17. Adjust the cooking time while watching the color of the scones. The scones will crack nicely in the middle, even with this rough recipe..

An easy plain scones recipe that can be made for morning or afternoon tea when you have unexpected guests. Jam and cream are the perfect topping (or filling) for buttermilk scones. This is a simple plain scone recipe that I have used for years. Once cooked serve warm with butter, jam and cream. Why not brush up on your baking skills by making the most quintessentially English treat Plain scones recipe.

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