Tattie scones are very much a staple part of the Scottish culinary traditions. They are most often eaten at breakfast time but their versatility means that they can be enjoyed at any time of the day in a variety of different ways. Tattie scones are most often made in triangular or segment shapes but on this occasion, I made circular ones, purely due to the way in which I intended to use them. The photo looked like a pancake and was served for breakfast that time. This is recipe is from Gordon Hamilton.