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Recipe: Tasty Sultana Scones

Sultana Scones. An easy fruit scone recipe for a classic British afternoon tea. These scones also make a fantastic addition to a picnic or packed lunch. Classic Sultana Scones are so quick and easy, yet always feel like a treat.

Sultana Scones A tradition English bake these scones are soft with a great texture. With sultanas to a little extra flavour they are ideal buttered, or with cream and jam. Our sultana scones recipe is easy to make and makes a delicious treat for teatime. You can have Sultana Scones using 12 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Sultana Scones

  1. Prepare 400 gms of self raising flour, keep some for dusting.
  2. You need 1/2 tsp of salt.
  3. It's 1 tsp of baking powder.
  4. It's 80 gms of cold butter cut into cubed.
  5. Prepare 3 Tbs of castor sugar.
  6. Prepare Handful of raisin and few glacé cherries - chopped.
  7. It's 1 tsp of vanilla extract.
  8. You need 175 mls of milk.
  9. You need of More milk for glazing alternatively you can use beaten egg.
  10. It's of Clotted cream and jam to serve, or serve as they are.
  11. It's of Prepare a baking tray with parchment paper.
  12. It's 200 C of Pre-heat the oven to.

For a taste of Cornwall try this scrumptious scones recipe! For the softest scones, handle the dough as lightly as. Both in and on these traditional scones, use the richest butter you can find—for instance, Ireland's Kerrygold, available in some U. Sultana scones are a regular treat in my English/Australian family.

Sultana Scones instructions

  1. Put the flour in a large mixing bowl, add salt and baking powder. Give all a good mix.
  2. Add the butter cubes. Using your finger tips rub the butter into the flour mix until it resembles bread crumbs.
  3. Add the sugar in the mixture. And the chopped raisin and cherries.
  4. Make a well add half of the milk. Using a spoon or a knife fold the milk into the dry mixture..
  5. Add rest of milk to the flour. Continue to mix all together. The mixture dough will seem a little wet. Dust with a little flour.
  6. Turn the dough onto a lightly floured surface..
  7. I don't tend to use a rolling pin, I just pat the dough lightly to flatten it to about 1inch thick..
  8. Using a cookie cutter cut into shape..
  9. Using a spatula gently place the scones on the prepared tray..
  10. Glaze the scones with milk using a pastry brush..
  11. Bake in the preheated oven until golden and well risen..
  12. Enjoy with clotted cream and jam of your choice.

This week I show you how easy they are to make and you get to hear how much my son likes them Sultana scones. A sweet twist on the classic. You can choose how crusty or how soft the sides of your scones are by adjusting how closely you place them on the baking sheet. My Favourite Scone Recipes "Sultana scones" was the second item I made when I started blogging, but the photos were so bad, I never got round to posting it. I clearly remember those early days.

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