- 25 gm self-rising flour
- 55 gm Butter
- 25 gm castor sugar
- 150 ml milk
- a pinch of salt
- 1 beaten egg
Sundries, in the food business, are considered as foods that are miscellaneous and come under no special category. In other words, they look like muffins but aren’t, taste like biscuits but aren’t.
Here we have one of these special recipes that are sundries but have their own importance when it comes to health benefits.
This recipe is about a batch of scones that you can prepare at home in 20 minutes either for hungry kids or for unexpected guests.
How to Make Sundries
Scones were originally made with oats and were griddle baked. They were made flat and then cut into triangles for serving. They are considered as a popular ‘Afternoon Time Tea’ snack alongside tea and are served with a traditional dollop of whipped cream on top with a jam on its side.