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    Scottish Buttermilk Steel Cut Oat Scones

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    Total Time:

    Prep Time:

    Cook Time:

    55 mins

    30 mins

    25 mins

    windy_moon's Note:

    Steel cut oats are my new passion. I haven't tried this recipe yet, but will shortly. It comes from Bob's Red Mill, an excellent brand of healthy grains, etc. The recipe seems a tad fussy, but my mouth waters just thinking about the yummy (and healthy) end result.

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    Ingredients:

    Yield:

    scones

    Units: US | Metric

    Directions:

    1. 1
      Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
    2. 2
      Place the oats in a pie pan and toast them for 20 minutes, stirring often to toast evenly and not burn.
    3. 3
      Remove when slightly golden.
    4. 4
      Combine oats with buttermilk in a small bowl and let stand for 20 minutes.
    5. 5
      In a large bowl, combine the flours, baking soda, sugar, baking powder, salt and dried currants.
    6. 6
      Reset the oven to 400F degrees.
    7. 7
      Butter a baking sheet.
    8. 8
      Using a pastry blender, cut the 4 tablespoons butter into the flour until the texture is coarsely crumbled.
    9. 9
      Stir in the buttermilk/oat mixture until combined.
    10. 10
      Flour your hands and scoop up the dough, forming it into a ball. Do not overmix.
    11. 11
      Press the ball of dough directly into the pan, then press into a 3/4" thick circle.
    12. 12
      With a sharp knife, score the surface, almost to the bottom, making eight wedges.
    13. 13
      Brush the surface with milk and sprinkle a bit of sugar and cinnamon on top.
    14. 14
      Bake for 12 to 15 minutes.
    15. 15
      Cut into wedges.

    Ratings & Reviews:

    • on January 17, 2014

      25

      I tweaked this recipe because when I added the 1/2 cup oat flour and 1/2 cup wheat flour and 1/4 cup white flour - it just wasn't enough to make a dough - I got a watery glob of stuff after I added the soaked steel cut oats. I added more flour and an egg - about a cup more flour in total and still that wasn't just enough and I wound up spooning these onto a baking sheet. The texture was not what I wanted. I have corrected the recipe to reflect the added flour. If you are any kind of baker and have worked with dough, you will see what I mean. The taste of these was ok, but with the revisions (if Food approves) makes this recipe doable. I also added 1 cup of blackberries which made a lot of difference in taste/flavor.

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    • on November 02, 2011

      25

      I've made a lot of scones and these are extremely dry and bland. 1) One key ingredient that is missing is either an egg or a few more tablespoons of butter to help bind the ingredients together and give the dough more moisture. I added 3 more table spoons of butter 2) Another key element it needs is more sugar. I added a 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/4 cup granulated sugar. It still wasn't that sweet even with these additions. 3) I would also reduce the amount of oats next time to 3/4 cup unless you like yours super chewy and gritty. Be sure to soak them for at least 25 minutes. I think these simple changes would make the recipe a lot better.

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    • on September 02, 2007

      55

      I personally thought these were wonderful, I loved the very grainy texture and the sweetness of the currants. I spread a little olive oil based butter on them while they were still warm and thought they were just great. Those who would prefer a sweeter scone, the type with white flours and icing (also very good) may not fully appreciate this hardy recipe. Thanks so much for posting.

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    Nutritional Facts for Scottish Buttermilk Steel Cut Oat Scones

    Serving Size: 1 (693 g)

    Servings Per Recipe: 1

    Amount Per Serving
    % Daily Value
    Calories 224.6
     
    Calories from Fat 71
    31%
    Total Fat 7.9 g
    12%
    Saturated Fat 4.1 g
    20%
    Cholesterol 16.7 mg
    5%
    Sodium 479.1 mg
    19%
    Total Carbohydrate 33.4 g
    11%
    Dietary Fiber 4.1 g
    16%
    Sugars 6.2 g
    25%
    Protein 7.0 g
    14%

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