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MissWinklyParadiso Fri 09-Nov-12 18:35:14

Make with strong white flour like Paul Hollywood, self raising like Mary Berry or some other recipe? Ideally they would be more 'afternoon tea' and less 'bread-y'. TIA.

jetstar Sat 10-Nov-12 07:32:25

Mary Berry I reckon ;) haven't tried with strong flour, but Mary's recipes usually turn out well!

oddslippers Sat 10-Nov-12 07:42:51

I always do 8oz sr flour, rub in 2oz butter, mix in 2oz sugar and then 5fl oz milk. The mix looks very wet and sticky but they are always lovely.

oddslippers Sat 10-Nov-12 07:44:02

.... Although the Mary berry ones do look fab smile

PotteringAlong Sat 10-Nov-12 07:45:04

lemonade scones are worth a go!

FredFredGeorge Sat 10-Nov-12 09:15:03

Pretty much what oddslippers says for me too, not bready. The first one is just using a strong white flour and baking powder, is it maybe just a North American recipe really where SR is much less common? I wouldn't bother with it anyway, no need for the extra eggs.

MissWinklyParadiso Sat 10-Nov-12 11:07:21

Thanks all

midori1999 Sun 11-Nov-12 00:28:58

The Paul Hollywood recipe makes fantastic huge, light and fluffy scones. It's fantastic!

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