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Pumpkin Scone Wedge



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Pumpkin Scone Wedge

  • 320 g butternut pumpkin, peeled & cubed
  • 800 g water
  • 30 g Butter, cubed
  • 1 egg
  • 30 g sugar
  • 320 g self-raising flour
  • pinch salt
  • 40 g sultanas (optional)
  • milk (to brush)

Recipe's preparation

    Pumpkin Scone Wedge
  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.

    Place 800g of water into TM bowl & pumpkin pieces into internal steaming basket then steam 15mins / Varoma / sp 2 or until pumpkin is soft (time will vary depending on how big your pieces are).

    Use the hook on the spatula to remove the basket & let pumpkin drain while you tip the water out of the bowl.  Tip pumpkin into TM bowl and puree  5sec / sp 5

    Add butter & blend  10sec / sp 5 to melt butter. 

    Add sugar & egg, combine  3sec / sp 5.

    Scrape down mixture & add flour & salt.  Combine 10 sec / sp 5.

    Add sultanas and combine 15 sec / counter-clockwise operation / sp 3.

    Turn mixture out onto a floured Thermomat (it will be a bit sticky) and shape into a 20cm round.  Cut into 8 sections, almost through to the bottom (careful not to cut your Thermomat!) so that they can be pulled apart easily once baked.

    Brush with milk and bake on a lined tray in oven aprox 20-25mins until golden. 


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Delicious served warm with a little butter as an accompaniment for soup or on its own for afternoon tea!

Adapted from a recipe in 'Family Circle Hearty Country Cooking'.

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  • Nice recipe.  Although i

    Submitted by Taniav on 13. July 2016 - 13:01.

    Nice recipe.  Although i found the oven too hot, it was cooked on the o/s but gooey inside.  Maybe it's just my oven.  Also didn't brush with milk cos I forgot and it still browned beautifully. 

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  • Such a yummy

    Submitted by Crystal86 on 3. January 2015 - 18:25.

    Such a yummy recipe! 


    Thanks for sharing tmrc_emoticons.) My fussy 3 1/2 yr old loves it! When I pulled it out of the bowl I thought it was a bit too runny but it turned out perfect tmrc_emoticons.) 

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