Walnut and Cinnamon Scones
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Walnut and Cinnamon Scones

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Serves 1 - 10 Cakes

A simple and quick recipe, using walnut and cinnamon for an enhanced flavour.

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Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • . 500g flour
  • . 125g sugar
  • . 1 tbsp baking powder/soda
  • . 175g butter
  • . 20g salt
  • . Egg
  • For Flavour:
  • . 400ml golden syrup
  • . 100ml milk (preferably butter milk)
  • . 1 tsp water
  • For Center
  • . 100 - 200g crushed walnuts
  • . 1 pinch of cinnamon

Method

    1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celcius. Take a mixing bowl and put the Flour, Sugar, Baking powder, butter and the salt and mix until it resembles a crumbly texture.
    2. Secondly add your crushed walnuts and cinnamon and mix contently.
    3. Then add your syrup, milk and water in constantly mixin until a doughy mixture is resembled.
    4. Roll out and evenly cut equal cirles and place on a well greased baking tray approximately 3.5cm apart.
    5. Whisk one egg repeatedly and paste the scones ... this is to give the scones a glaze whilst they cook
    6. sprinkle sugar over your scones
    7. And finally place on the middle shelf and leave for 20 - 25 minutes untill golden brown.
    8. Enjoy !

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timinuk
12th Mar, 2013
5.05
Put some chilli flakes in and didn't add the syrup. Very nice indeed.
alfiemax
21st Sep, 2008
I made these scones for a Harvest supper. They were superb on the second attempt! The first batch was very tasty but had to use so much extra flour about 4 ounces. The second batch I reduced the syrup to 200mls which was much better. I suggest one uses less maple syrup. -Mipsy
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