Recipe by Mille®
Serve these scone/griddlecake hybrids with bacon, eggs, and large bibs to catch the drool! (Prep time includes cooking and mashing the potatoes)
Top Review by Spencer Alexander
This was a good recipe! Tattie scones are definitely never dry! I added a little more flour to the mixture, just a touch, and cooked them in a little olive oil instead of flour. They turned out great and were delicious with baked beans and eggs.
Directions See How It's Made
- Preheat a dry frying pan or griddle over moderate heat.
- Mix together all the ingredients until thoroughly blended.
- Turn the dough onto a floured board and divide into three.
- Roll into a circle about ¼-inch thick.
- Cut each circle into 6 wedges.
- At this point, you may freeze some of the scones they will last for weeks and weeks and weeks in the freezer.
- Sprinkle the hot griddle with flour and bake each circle for about 5 minutes, until the edges begin to brown, turning once to cook both sides.
- For a really tasty variation, use a 50/50 mix of mashed potatoes and mashed rutabagas and/or mashed carrots.