Proper scones! Full flavoured cheesy slightly spicy gorgeousness. Best cheese scone recipe I have tried. Thank you!
CHEESE! CHEESE! and more CHEESE!!! We loved these. The cayenne and mustard gave them a little zing! They were great with an omelet and bacon. I don't have a round cutter anymore, so I just cut mine into wedges. Very light and flaky. I will try them with herbs or chives, as suggested, next time!
Have not tried this yet, but just because of the title, I will. I love Wallace and Gromit!!! And I love cheese!!! perfect combo!
500g flour and 75 g butter not enough butter to make breadcrumbs. Scones OK a little spicy but not fabulous. Disappointed.
Deeee-lish! We really enjoyed this cheesy recipe. I made on big, fat scone and cut it in wedges at the table just like Wallace would have wanted! My DH especially liked this. Thanks, French Tart!
MMMMMMMM! What a true winner! I made these scones for breakkie today and they were so cheesy, flaky and fluffy! The dough was very easy to work with and everything came together quite quickly. Instead of mustard I used more cayenne pepper, which made the scones just a little spicy. YUM! Thanks so much for sharing these lovely scones with us, French Tart! A definite keeper, which I will surely include into my scones routine from now on. Made as a THANK YOU for our wonderful, funny and commited hostess in Everyday is a Holiday Tag Game. We will miss you!
I love cheese and I love these scones! I used good quality extra sharp cheddar and added some green onion. I made my scones really small, because I'm watching my portions, so I ended up with 19 scones.
We love cheese in this family and we loved these! I served them with a roast but I think they would be perfect as a side with a soup dish. Both DH & I give this two BIG thumbs up!
I'm crackers about these scones, Gromit - I mean French Tart! I even forgot to save some of the cheese for the topping and they were still great. I love the cayenne pepper - just enough bite. I didn't have English mustard powder, but I'll get it for next time. Thanks for posting!
These were good scones--it's the first savory scones I have ever made. Mine took alot longer to bake--about 18 minutes at 450F. They are very filling and cheesy--and we love our cheese. I used extra sharp cheddar. Oh, and they look beautiful too! Thanks, French Tart. :-)