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Amazing recipe. I made these "Utah" scones with my children (except I used only white flour). Light, fluffy, super delicios. We ate them with honey-butter, homemade strawberry jam, and sprinkled powered sugar. It was a hit and a great memory for this father and his kids.

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Family Focus March 02, 2013

These are great! Make sure to roll/stretch out the dough as much thin as possible, they cook better. I also think everything is always better with BUTTER (no gross subs). Mine turned out great and this was a simple recipe. I sprinkled mine with tons of cinn. & sugar the second it got out of the oil and they were great!

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jenifer1fos March 08, 2010

lol, I had no idea that this was another Utah oddity. I'm from Ogden, Utah and woke up today with a craving for some scones, but none of the recipes called for deep-frying and I was a little confused. I'm glad I found this recipe, since it's the only kind of scone I've ever known. Thank you for posting!

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ceecelia October 24, 2009
' Utah ' Scones (Deep-Fried)