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Easiest Way to Make Perfect Easy Margarine Scones

Easy Margarine Scones. From the WI Cookery School at Denman, Kelly Mauger demonstrates a WI classic: perfect scones. This video will teach you how to make quick and easy scones. Making these scones took me back to my early high school days when I was thirteen years old and making them!

Easy Margarine Scones Scones are the easiest British teatime treat and chances are that you will have all the ingredients for this recipe already. These easy scones are buttery and flaky, with dried currants, which is simple and classic. There are endless variations on this basic scones recipe. You can have Easy Margarine Scones using 8 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Easy Margarine Scones

  1. It's 100 grams of Cake flour.
  2. You need 100 grams of Bread (strong) flour.
  3. You need 2 tsp of Baking powder.
  4. You need 3 tbsp of Sugar.
  5. It's 1 pinch of Salt.
  6. You need 40 grams of Margarine (salted).
  7. You need 100 ml of Milk.
  8. Prepare 1/2 tbsp of Cake flour (for dusting).

You can make scones from margarine, but they won't taste nearly as good as scones made from , but maybe you are lactose intolerant. Scones made with cream won't be any different than those. Follow this simple, versatile and easy recipe for scones from Baking Mad. These are perfect for afternoon tea with family and friends!

Easy Margarine Scones instructions

  1. Ready your rolling pin, spatula, and mold. Cover the baking pan with cooking paper. Dust your cutting board with flour. Measure and chill the margarine..
  2. Combine the cake flour, bread flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt, and sift twice..
  3. Add the margarine to the bowl in step 2 and use the end of a fork to smash while mixing. Mix until all of the powder becomes smooth..
  4. Add milk to the center and use a spatula to mix together. Caution: don't knead. From here you'll want to move quickly. Preheat the oven to 200℃..
  5. Place the dough on your dusted cutting board and fold in half 6 - 7 times while lightly dusting..
  6. Use the rolling pin to flatten it to a thickness of 2 cm. Use your mold to create the shapes. Take the leftovers, combine, and make more shapes..
  7. Place on the cooking paper-lined baking pan and bake at 190℃ for 11 to 12 minutes. Bake until the top has a slight golden brown color..
  8. And they're complete. Serve together with maple syrup, jam, etc of your choosing..
  9. I tried substituting 20 g of the cake flour with wheatgerm. The wheatgerm changes the sweetness and fragrance. These are also delicious..
  10. Addition If you want to avoid collecting and reshaping the leftover dough, just cut the spread-out dough with a knife. If you still have leftovers, just roll it up into a ball..
  11. This is what they look like when finished. Feel free to make your own shapes..

I keep telling myself that I need to get a copy of the CWA (Country Women's Association) cookbook. Looking for a really easy Cinnamon Scone recipe? These cinnamon scones are SO delicious and We have been making this Cinnamon Scone Recipe for almost a decade and it's a tried and true. This Potato Scones Recipe is easy to make and requires few ingredients. They can be enjoyed on their own with a topping such as butter, margarine, jam, marmalade, grated cheese, etc.

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