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Sweet Potato Scones


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  • 250 g sweet potato, Cooked
  • 50 g oil, Olive, macadamia etc
  • 65 g Milk, dairy, almond, coconut etc
  • 1 egg
  • 285 g spelt flour
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 pinch Nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon pink salt
  • 1 tablespoon Rapadura Sugar
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Recipe's preparation

    Sweet Potato
  1. Roughly chop (peeled) sweet potato and put in steaming basket.

     

    Add 500g of water to bowl and steam for 25 mins, Varoma Temp, Speed 2. 

     

    When cooked through set aside to cool and empty and dry TM bowl.

  2. Scones
  3. Preheat oven to 190 degrees.

     

    Place the sweet potato (once cooled) into the TM bowl and mix on Speed 4 for 10 seconds.

  4. Add oil, milk and egg and mix on Speed 6 for 10 seconds.

  5. Add flour, baking powder, nutmeg, salt and sugar and mix on Speed 6 for 20 seconds or until combinded. If the mix is too wet you can add more flour and re mix. 

  6. Roll out dough (its quite sticky) onto floured thermomat until about 2cms thick. I actually just use my hands to press out the dough.

  7. Flour the MC and use it to cut out scones.

  8. Place scones on a lined baking tray and cook for 12 - 15 minutes until lightly browned on top.

  9. Let the scones cool on the tray for a few minutes (If they last that long!) then transfer to a wire rack. 

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Tip

I got this recipe from the Lunchbox doctor and tweaked it slightly for the Thermomix. Enjoy!


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  • Fantastic way to use up left

    Submitted by M Forbes on 6. December 2016 - 19:44.

    Fantastic way to use up left over roast sweet potato

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  • Was so excited to use up the

    Submitted by Jardine on 22. December 2015 - 10:31.

    Was so excited to use up the sweet potato in the fridge but this receipe did not go to plan at all tmrc_emoticons.( i did exactly what the recipe said to do (and it was sticky but i was determind not to waste it) i only used half of the mixture as it was really difficult to work with and when they came out they look ok but tasted like bi carb... not sure what went wrong but will have to try another reciepe..

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  • A winner in my house, my vege

    Submitted by jagvarna on 19. September 2015 - 13:31.

    A winner in my house, my vege adverse 3 year old scoffed down 4 in a row! 

    I used plain flour and raw sugar as that is what was in my cupboard. I also chucked in a handful of baby spinach to the the left over hot water to wilt it, then popped it in with the sweet potato. By the time the scone mix was made the spinach was very finely chopped up. 

    I did find the mixture to wet to work with so I decided to spoon it into muffin tins which worked a treat. 

    Great recipe, thanks for adding it to the RC, will make this often  tmrc_emoticons.)

    Shona 

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  • I used Xylitol instead

    Submitted by ShanDwyer on 2. February 2015 - 19:24.

    I used Xylitol instead of Rapadura Sugar and accidently put cinnamnon in - but really liked the cinamon in it anyway! tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Yes im sure that would work

    Submitted by fertilemertile on 2. April 2014 - 16:48.

    Yes im sure that would work fine tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Yes im sure that would work

    Submitted by fertilemertile on 2. April 2014 - 16:48.

    Yes im sure that would work fine tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Can the spelt flour be

    Submitted by ThermoSal on 23. March 2014 - 17:38.

    Can the spelt flour be substituted with plain flour?

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