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    Tattie Scones

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    • on January 14, 2014

      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.

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    • on October 05, 2009

      Yummy, Yummy, Yummy. these were so good. We've recently gone gluten free so I "de-gluten-ized" your recipe with a white cornflour sub. for the plain flour. next time I think I'll add some onion powder in with the flour for a little different taist. Thanks for the wonderful post :)

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    • on June 17, 2008

      I was weaned on these scones, except my mother called it "slim bread" which is a Northern Ireland name. Anyway, this is a good basic recipes. Needless to say they need lots of butter, or whatever you choose. Try frying them alongside your bacon and eggs on a Sun. morning - not healthy but tasty. WE have to be sinful sometimes.

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    • on May 09, 2008

      Great way to use up left-over mashed potato and an essential ingredient for the best weekend breakfast (bacon, eggs, sausage, baked beans, black pudding and tattie scone) Now all I need to do is find a good black pudding in Auckland! These potato scones are a bit softer than the ones you buy in Scotland. I used to put the bought ones in the toaster but I think you would have to add more flour to be able to do that. I can't comment on reheating frozen ones since none of mine made it to the freezer. We ate them all!

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    • on October 22, 2005

      These are great! Yender and delicate, yet hearty and satisfying. I've got half the batch tucked away in the freezer, so we'll see how they do... I used red potatoes. Next time I'll add some rutabaga or parsnip. I was a bit skeptical with no soda, but ot makrs a nice biscut(?) vegetable patty(?) Not quite either, but really good. :ove the flavor amd texture... Slather with lots of butter, or herb butter, or herb cream cheese...

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    Nutritional Facts for Tattie Scones

    Serving Size: 1 (29 g)

    Servings Per Recipe: 6

    Amount Per Serving
    % Daily Value
    Calories 157.3
     
    Calories from Fat 94
    60%
    Total Fat 10.5 g
    16%
    Saturated Fat 6.5 g
    32%
    Cholesterol 27.7 mg
    9%
    Sodium 107.2 mg
    4%
    Total Carbohydrate 14.0 g
    4%
    Dietary Fiber 0.8 g
    3%
    Sugars 0.5 g
    2%
    Protein 1.8 g
    3%

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