GRANDMA’S SCONES

GRANDMA’S SCONES

Light, fluffy scones packed with sultanas, just like Grandma used to make!

I was asked the other day what my earliest food memory was and after a bit of thought I realised it had to be my Grandma's scones. There was always a plate piled high of those light, fluffy, little sultana packed scones, whenever my family and I went to visit.

Unfortunately Grandma is no longer with us and I never got the recipe from her. So technically these aren't really her scones but more of an homage, of how I remember her scones. I think they are pretty damn close.

The real trick to the perfect scone is all in the rise! You have to make sure you get the cleanest cut you can when stamping out these scones. That way you can guarantee an even rise all the way around your scones and leaving the baking powder to get to work for about 10 minutes, creates the lightest, fluffiest scones possible.

P.S. - If your say "Scone" like "Sc-own" you have to leave, like right now.

— Al Brady

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— Al Brady