How to Make Chocolate Scones

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When making chocolate scones, you're always going to want to make sure you have a few key tools at the ready. Make chocolate scones with help from the head chef and principal owner of YaDa Chef in this free video clip.

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Hi there. I am Joseph Yacino, YaDa chef in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. And in this great place I'm cooking out of is kitchen 953. Kitchen 953 is the county's number one shared professional space. So scones, or scones as some people like to call them, seem to be shrouded in all this mystery. I just want to take the mystery out of scones out of the tradition of tea or high tea as they call it in Scotland with a recipe that is a chocolate chip scone. So I'm going to show you how to make a chocolate scone. Now simple. It's the same recipe as you would for a regular scone. This is flour, sugar, baking powder, and I've replaced a quarter of the flour with some chocolate powder, some butter, some egg and some heavy cream. And dumping in my chocolate chips. So everything is nicely incorporated. I'm just going to knead it together to get all the chocolate chips in to the dough. I'm going to put it out on to the table. I'm using a little bit of extra cocoa powder. There's the rest of my chocolate chip. And we're going to work it in just a little bit. Don't really want to over work your dough. It'll get tough and you won't have a nice scone. So you go. That's nicely incorporated. You can see my cocoa powder. You're going to put your scones in to a pregreased baking sheet. You're going to bake in a hot oven. 425 degrees, 220 Celsius, for ten to 12 minutes. All right, so I've taken the chocolate scones with chocolate chips out of the oven. They were in there for ten to 12 minutes. Here they are on the plate for cutting. I just want to cut one open to show you just how delicious and gooey they are. Look at that. So here you go. This is the chocolate scone with chocolate chips. I am Joseph Yacino, thank you for watching.


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