Wira had request this thing for a while. And when Ni Jess brought me a pack of organic flour, he ask me to make it again. I never eat scones before so I can’t imagine what it looks like. After trying with half pack of flour, the scones turn out failed. And then I tried to browse the video how to make it and this is the recipe I got but I don’t remember the site. It’s a bit tricky to make scones. Looking at the video just make me realize how the right way of making scones. 

  • 500 g self-rising flour
  • 50 g caster sugar
  • 100 g butter
  • 300 ml milk
  • 1 egg


  • Mix flour, sugar & butter in a big bowl.
  • With clean hand crumble the mixture into a fine breadcrumb texture. This will take another minute. Keep it light and full of air.
  • Wash your hand then get your favourite wooden spoon.
  • Make a well in the mixture.
  • Pourt he milk into the well.
  • Mix from the edge to the center; turning the bowl as you go.
  • As soon as it’s combined, STOP mixing or you’ll squash out all the air.
  • Scrape at the edges to form mixture into ball in the bowl.
  • Sprinkle flour into your surface and tip the ball of dough onto this.
  • Sprinkle a little flour onto dough so it’s not sticky.
  • Gently shape the dough and push to one side.
  • Flip tge dough over on to flour.
  • Brush away excess flour the gently press the mixture to the desired thickness.
  • Remember not to squash out all the air.
  • Get a cutter and somr flour to dip it into.
  • Look out a baking tray.
  • Then it’s Dip, Tap, Cut & Lift.
  • Now mix together the eeg and a splash of milk.
  • Now gently brush the glaze over each scone. This makes the top nice and golden.
  • Bake into the oven, on the middle shelf with 400 degree F for 12 minutes.
  • Cool it on wire rack. Put tea towel on the top of wire rack.
  • Light & fluffy! Flip the towel over the top to stop them going stale but still let steam escape.

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