Scones are small British cakes (between bread and cake) from Scotland that are eaten with jam and clotted cream . Delicious at tea time! The original scones are without raisins, but it is very common to find them with them. If necessary, you can eliminate them from the recipe at .
Recipe for a dozen “scones”:
-375g of flour
-175g of full cream
-75g of soft salted butter
-35g icing sugar
-75g of raisins (optional!)
-1 spoonful to coffee of baking powder
-a good pinch of salt
Preheat oven to 220°C.
Place all ingredients except grapes in a bowl.
Mix well and bring the dough into a ball. Add the grapes.
Mix well again.
Put the dough on a parchment paper and flatten it on 2 centimeters. Cut with a 6cm circle.
You have to press the cookie cutter without turning, otherwise the dough will not puff up evenly.
Brush with sweetened milk (with powdered sugar, otherwise there will be sugar lumps).
Bake for 12 to 14 minutes at 220°C.
Serve with clotted cream and lots of jam!