I was watching this video - Jackie and her scones ' making from Casey's Cosy Corner Cafe, Lancaster. She tells like "put ur Putter in your flowER ....." I just fall in love with the British accent! may be that is why I watched Narnia 5-times. okay, movie aside. yah, her scones came out big like saucer! but is so beautiful!!
I was asking around , Hey how scones taste like?
" stick to ur teeth. a more dense texture as compared to bun"
" hard outside"
my aunt even telling me that, when she was in her cullinary school, the teacher told her to test a good scone, is to throw it at the wall! :D ! hahaha, I think that's to test the 'hard-ness' ?? hahahaha! that is so funnie!
Anyways, I did few research b4 making my scones. Most online articles say it's "Firm Crisp outside, but soft inside"
Yes, I never tasted scones before! Not any! but I seen a lot! I was just so unimpressed with the tough-hard-doughy thingy! Scones was always stones for me! how ironic.
But, may be not today. Scone is quite a lovely classic food now. Spread with Strawberry Jam & Cream. A good comfort food .
Many thanks to My Kitchen Snippet 's recipe.
If I have time, I'll try others! today's a bit brown. haha! today a bit like biscuit + muffin = scone