Friday, 29 April 2011

.Thermomix Cooking - Scones.

This thermo recipe is actually a converted favourite recipe of mine from the Recipe Monday archives.  I'm feeling pretty confident with converting my everyday recipes now, but it is always helpful to have them written up so I don't have to think about it next time!  These scones are absolutely delicious, I've made them heaps and they never fail.  You can make them plain with jam and cream or add some dates and sultanas or even a herbs, cheese and bacon for a savoury scone.
430g self-raising flour
2 tsp baking powder
2 Tbs icing sugar
200g cream
125g cold water

Place all ingredients into TM bowl.  Mix for 10 seconds on speed 6 to combine.  (If you are adding fruit/cheese - do so now.)
Set dial to closed lid position, knead for 1 minute on interval setting.
Place mixture onto lightly floured surface and press out until 2cm thick.
Cut into rounds using a scone cutter or the end of a drinking glass.
Bake in 200 degree Celsius oven for 15 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through.


The Kings said...

yay!! Another thermomix recipe :) Keep them coming.

Jennifer said...

I just got a thermomix 2 weeks ago and desperate for kid dinner ideas. Thanks for your recipes and photos! going to try these scones for afternoon tea today

Anonymous said...

I made two batches and they were PERFECT!! The sultana ones were the best. Carli

Jo @ Quirky Cooking said...

Just found your blog and love to see you're a Thermomix addict like me!! Isn't it great? Your scones look amazing!!! Love my Thermy :)

Marleen said...

Love the recipe. I didn't have buttermilk in the house to do the scones from the book so this was the perfect alternative. Edna's lemon curd tea cake is also delicious!

Traceyg said...

Made your scones yesterday and they were absolutely brilliant! Even the child said they were "much better than the last ones I made". Loved the fact that it was pretty much 15 mins from wo to go! Thanks for the recipe.

Nikki Wilkins said...

I just made these scones and they were beautiful! I love that the ingredients list is so simple. So quick to make, too.

Thanks so much for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

Hi... These look amazing & I'm so keen to make them but I only have sour cream in the fridge.. Do you think it would be an ok substitute? Thanks Pir

Anonymous said...

Just found ur blog 3days ago!cant stop reading all ur Thermomix Recipes! thanks so much for d recipes with easy-to-find ingredients!lov d pics too! Thanks lots for sharing..
Ur Malaysian Fan:)

Anonymous said...

I supervised my seven year old son follow your instructions. The scones were a hit and now he is determined to be a chef! Thank you!

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