Recipe by Tisme
I believe this is the recipe that the Country Womens Association used at the Royal Melbourne Show. Light and fluffy.this one is a no brainer! Served with cream and jam.......ooohhhhhhhh so very yummy! High Tea anyone?
Top Review by Baby Kato
These nice scones were quick and easy to make. I made exactly as written and scaled the recipe down making them for myself, I got 4 scones. They were perfect served with orange honey butter and spanish hot chocolate. Thank you for sharing your recipe Tisme.
Directions See How It's Made
- Sift flour and salt really well together.
- Add sufficient enough milk and cream gradually, to make a firm but not dry mixture (just enough milk to make a dough, which is easy to handle and not too sticky, without to much extra flour on the board).
- Roll the mixture one way lightly. Cut and place scone shapes on a cold tray and brush tops with a little milk or melted butter.
- Bake in an oven set at 220C for 8 to 10 minutes.