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This is amazingly good. I don't miss sugar in it at all. And there is not a lot of butter in it. It would make a good treat for early morning outings. I am so glad I just purchased a weight measurement utensel so I could make this among other recipes. I did not have self raising flour so added 2 tsp. baking powder and upped the salt to 1/4 tsp. I am not sure what rubbing in margarine in is so I used butter and cut it in. It works with other scones maybe that is what was ment.

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muffinlady March 29, 2010

Excellent! So easy to do, and so tasty! I didn't have self raising flour, so I used regular all purpose flour. They didn't rise much, but looked good and tasted delicious! A new favorite!

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a_goddess February 01, 2010

Yum! These did not last too long once they came out of the oven...Such a simple and tasty recipe.Perfect as they are but I might add some garlic powder next time and see how that works.Thank you Um Safia :)

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Moll Moll January 26, 2010

These were light & the perfect addition to the Cajun Beans & Rice dish I made last Sunday! We froze the extras and I can't wait to try them with a warm soup or stew. I followed the directions exactly. I had to use a converter so the measurements of the cheese were a little off, but I added more anyway as we LOVE cheese. Thanks Rezika for such a great recipe!!

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Mama_Jennie October 10, 2007
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