Scottish Scones With Milk, Flour, Sugar & Butter

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Scottish scones traditionally use ingredients like milk, flour, sugar and butter as primary ingredients. Make Scottish scones with milk, flour, sugar and butter with help from the head chef and principal owner of YaDa Chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I am Joseph Yacino, YaDa chef in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and this great space I'm cooking in is kitchen 953. Kitchen 953 is the county's number one professional shared culinary space. So scones. Scones. If you want to say scones, say scones. But I want to take the mystery that everyone seems to think there is about scones and really they're quite simple. The recipe that I am going to show you is Scottish scones with some butter, flour, and sugar. Now the difference between Scottish and British in scones is really quite simple. Scottish use self rising flour and the British and the Irish use flour with baking soda. Now self rising flour is just flour that already has the baking powder incorporated in to it. So here we go. Add the flour, sugar, and we're going to mix this up just to make sure you have it nicely incorporated. To that adding butter and with your butter make sure it is cold to help incorporate it in to the flour because what you want is you want it to have the consistency of fine sand. Adding milk. And an egg. I'll just beat this together. All right. I just took the scones out of the oven, burn my hands. We'll plate them up. They've been in the oven 425 degrees for about 12 minutes. Let's have some blueberries with these. I am Joseph Yacino, thank you for watching.


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