Secrets from my Kitchen: Cafe owner serves up tasty scones in first recipe offering
As part of the Enjoy Beccles More launch, we are appealing to our budding bakers and culinary wizards to share some of their favourite cakes and dishes.
Our new Secrets from my Kitchen feature is your chance to show off your cookery talents.
Whether it’s a recipe handed down through generations of your family, your secret ingredient to make the perfect cake or just a recipe you always enjoy, we want to hear them all.
Kicking us off is Jackie Ronie, owner of Ronie’s cafe and takeaway in Hungate, Beccles, with her fruit scone recipe.
She said: “I have made these for many years for the cafe. I usually do half natural yoghurt and half the milk as it makes a nicer flavour and texture. I hope you enjoy.”
200g/8oz self raising flour
A pinch of salt
25g/1oz caster sugar
125ml/1/4 pint milk
25 to 50g /1 to 2ozs raisins or cherries
1. Sift the flour and salt into the bowl
2. Rub in the butter finely
3. Add the sugar
4. Add the milk all at once. Mix to a soft and not too sticky dough
5. Turn the mixture out onto a lightly floured surface. Flatten with your hand to about 1/2 inch thick
6. Cut into 16 rounds using a 2in cutter
7. Brush the tops with a beaten egg
8. Bake near the top of the oven on 230c or gas mark 8 until brown and well risen
9. Cool on a wire rack
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