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Potato (Tattie) Scones


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Ingredients

8 piece(s)

  • 350 g potatoes, peeled and chopped into 2 cm pieces
  • 30 g Butter
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 85 g plain flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
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Recipe's preparation

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    Fill the bowl with water to the 1L mark.

    Place the chopped potatoes in the Simmering Basket and insert into the bowl.

    Cook the potatoes for 10 mins/Varoma/ speed 3 until soft.

    Drain the potatoes and add the butter and salt and mix for 20 secs/ speed 7 until smooth.

    Add the flour and baking powder and Dough modefor 1 min.

    Roll out into a circle about 5mm thick.  Cut into 8 triangles.

     

    Cook in a non stick pan for 3-4 mins each side until golden.

    Serve as part of a cooked breakfast.

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Tip

Scottish recipe that is traditionally served with full cooked breakfast. Alternatively try them topped with mushrooms, poached egg or cooked tomatoes and baked beans.

A great way to use leftover potatoes (either cooked or uncooked).

The cooked potato scones can be store in the fridge for a couple of days and reheated when required.

 


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  • Made these GF for my daughter to take to an...

    Submitted by Cheryl Westbury on 28. August 2018 - 13:30.

    Made these GF for my daughter to take to an internal foods shared lunch. A big hit! Being GF, the consistency ended up more like a pancake batter, so I cooked them in the pancake maker. Got 4 x 7cm diameter scones. Tasted great, just like the real thing.

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  • These were delicious I ended up using 400g...

    Submitted by LozAdzB on 8. May 2017 - 14:41.

    These were delicious! I ended up using 400g potatoes & 100g flour. Teamed them up with devilled sausages! (A nice alternative to the usual mash)

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  • These were very delicious Something a bit...

    Submitted by TropicalMandy on 28. April 2017 - 17:01.

    These were very delicious! Something a bit different to bread.. and went great with cooked mushrooms and bacon.

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  • Need to make these again!

    Submitted by faimus83 on 4. January 2017 - 14:09.

    Need to make these again!

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  • Great alternative to bread

    Submitted by gillyizme on 12. June 2016 - 10:49.

    Great alternative to bread for brekkie !   tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Need to make these again. 

    Submitted by faimus83 on 4. April 2016 - 23:12.

    Need to make these again. 

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  • Yum. Had with a stew,

    Submitted by faimus83 on 28. May 2015 - 20:03.

    Yum. Had with a stew, cauliflower and leek mash,  and parsnip and pear mash. Husband loved them.

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  • Potatoes need to be drained

    Submitted by ColetteB on 23. May 2015 - 09:02.

    Potatoes need to be drained well. Texture should be dough like prior to cooking, but if you feel its too sticky  then just add a bit more flour.

    ColetteB


     

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  • Loved it haven't had a decent

    Submitted by Leena on 15. May 2015 - 15:13.

    Loved it haven't had a decent tattie scone outside Scotland

    tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • brought back my childhood but

    Submitted by Shorty64 on 8. May 2015 - 08:48.

    brought back my childhood but mixture very sticky!  Should I have added more flour?

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  • My family loved it, thanks..

    Submitted by ele.tomlinson on 7. May 2015 - 20:23.

    My family loved it, thanks.. we just need to double the recipe next time tmrc_emoticons.)

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