How to Make Puyallup Fair Scones (Fisher Scones)

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Have you ever been to a state fair and had handmade hot scones? You know the ones, the Fisher Original Fair Scones. If you don't want to wait a full year for Fair season to start before enjoying there delicious treats, read on.

Things You'll Need

  • A conventional Over
  • Fisher original Fair Scone mix
  • Butter
  • Raspberry Jam (Strawberry works also)
  • Cold water (3/4 cup + 2Tbsp.
  • Measuring cup
  • Baking Sheet
  • Medium mixing bowl
  • Very thing spatula of biscuit cutter.
  • White flower to cover preparation surface (you can use some of the Scone mix, but why would you?) ;-)
  • Preheat your over to (425) degrees Fahrenheit

  • Make sure you have a clean flat surface to prepare the scones

  • Combine the Fisher original Fair Scone mix and water together in the mixing bowl. Stir the mix and water together with a fork until blended. The dough with be slightly sticky.

  • Knead the dough (5-6) times on a flowered board of table, folding the dough into itself each time.

  • Divide the dough into (3) equal pieces. Pat each of the pieces into a (5") inch diameter dome, with the center slightly higher then the outer edges.

  • Cut each of the domes into (4) even wedges. Place the scones on an ungreased baking sheet.

  • Bake the scones (10-12) minutes or until the surface becomes slightly golden brown.

  • Use a simple butter knife to split the scones through the middle then stuff them with the butter and jam.

Tips & Warnings

  • Thicker, more tart jams work best.
  • Have your butter and jam ready. The scones are best eaten right out of the oven.
  • May sure not to over knead the dough
  • Do not bake too long.

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