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Scone Ring

Published Tuesday, 10 March, 2009 by themum

A really big scone round cut into pieces



  • 200g self raising flour
  • 50g butter/margarine
  • 50g sugar
  • milk or plain yogurt to bind together
  • 50g or more of mixed fruit


Put flour in bowl and rub in the margarine

add the sugar and fruit

mix then add the milk or yogurt

you want a stiff dough, not too sticky

shape into a round and then with a knife mark into sections but dont cut too deeply

bake at 180 for about 30 mins, not too sure on timings, basically when it is brown and you can insert a knife and it comes out pretty clean


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  • Michaell 1 year ago

    good post i want to try this and i will must.

  • ben cutter 3 years ago

    this made me nut

  • gumball baker 3 years ago

    how is the scones though tell me on my youtube channel

  • Lol 4 years ago

    Lol you are dumb

  • themum 9 years ago

    Just add a little at a time until the correct consistency to bind it together.
    Harry, recipes all differ don't they? If you do a google search on scones then you will find a thousand and one ways of making scones. This is the recipe I use and it works perfectly every time :)

  • harry 9 years ago

    how much milk do you need???

  • harry 10 years ago

    well that was the way i was taught it, but also i understand why you would use more SR flour

  • themum 10 years ago

    Why? This recipe works fine I have been baking it this way for years!

  • harry 10 years ago

    you should only use 150g self-raising flour and 40g margerine

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