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    Can I combine lime cordial and shredded coconut in scones

    mickeydownunder
    Mon Jun 03, 2013 6:53 am
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    as don't consider myself a baker.....am trying to use up some lime cordial I have...

    I have seen HEAPS of recipes re lemonade etc

    so would I need to include a fizzy drink into the recipe

    Can someone nudge me in the right direction as think with lime zest the scones would be lovely icon_smile.gif

    WHOO HOO!

    Thank you!
    duonyte
    Mon Jun 03, 2013 7:32 am
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    I would think so. Not all scone recipes use a fizzy drink, although I do know the type of recipe you are referring to.

    There are a number of coconut scone recipes, for example, Coconut Lemon Scones
    I think you could use some lime zest and then use the cordial with some powdered sugar to make a glaze. Or add some to the dough as a flavoring.
    mickeydownunder
    Mon Jun 03, 2013 10:02 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    I would think so. Not all scone recipes use a fizzy drink, although I do know the type of recipe you are referring to.

    There are a number of coconut scone recipes, for example, Coconut Lemon Scones
    I think you could use some lime zest and then use the cordial with some powdered sugar to make a glaze. Or add some to the dough as a flavoring.


    G'day and big thanks! I will check out the link and GREATLY appreciate!
    I was trying to incorporate the cordial into the batter

    I have/had no specific recipe in mind, just what is created in my mind at the moment too

    Just didn't know if one of the components had to be fizzy...thank you

    WHOO HOO

    Hope you have a great day too!
    Donna M.
    Mon Jun 03, 2013 10:04 pm
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    Take a look at this recipe for Fluffy tea biscuits. A scone is nothing more than an enriched biscuit, so I don't see why you couldn't take a basic scone recipe and adapt it, using your lime cordial as part of the liquid. I think it sounds really delicious!
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