- 530 g Self Raising Flour, plus extra for cutting out the scones
- 225 g pure or thickened cream, plus extra for coating
- 235 g Lemonade
1. Preheat the oven to 220 degrees, fan forced.
2. Weigh flour (530g) into the bowl and mix 3 seconds/speed 8. Add cream (225g) and lemonade (235g). Then set the kneading function. Knead/40 seconds.
3. Tip mixture onto a floured bread mat or bench. Press it together into a at surface about 2cm thick.
4. Use a scone cutter, a round mc or the rim of a cup to shape the scones. Put some our on the cutter before cutting out each piece of dough into rounds.
5. Place the rounds onto a tray and make sure they are close together. Coat them with a little extra cream using a pastry brush.
6. Bake in a hot oven for 10-12 minutes or until lightly browned.
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