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Sundries

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Ingredients

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25 gm self-rising flour
55 gm Butter
25 gm castor sugar
150 ml milk
a pinch of salt
1 beaten egg

Nutritional information

148
Calories
6.22 g
Fat
19.1 g
Carbs
3.83 g
Protein

Sundries

Features:
  • Sweet
Cuisine:
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Ingredients

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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.

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How to Make Sundries

  • Take a clean large dry bowl and mix together flour and salt in it.
  • Add butter to it and rub together until everything becomes well incorporated.
  • Now add the sugar and then pour in the milk and start mixing in order to make a soft dough out of it.
  • Turn this dough out on a workspace or a tray that has been lightly floured and then knead the dough very lightly.
  • Pat the dough out to around 2 cm and ¾ in thickness.
  • Use a 2 inch or a 5 cm cutter to stamp out rounds from the patted dough and keep them on a lightly greased baking sheet.
  • Lightly knead together the remaining dough and stamp out more scones. Keep doing the same process until all the dough is used up
  • For the egg wash on top, brush the scones with the beaten egg or use a little milk as an alternative.
  • Heat the oven to 220 degrees, place the tray in it and bake the scones for 12 to 15 minutes until they are well risen and golden brown
  • Once baked, let the tray cool and then transfer the scones to a wire rack to let them cool further.
  • Sprinkle with icing sugar and serve with butter and a jam of your choice.

Trivia

Scones were originally made with oats and were griddle baked.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.

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