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Cheese scones

Post  poppyseed on 14.10.10 16:12

Tried another of my favourite recipes in the halogen oven today and it worked out well so thought I would share it.
Ingredients
1lb plain flour
2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
3 tsp cream of tartar
3 ounces marg
half a pint of milk
8 ounces of grated cheese,6 for the scones and 2 to sprinkle on top.
method
Mix the dry ingredients together and then rub in the fat.Add the grated cheese and mix together well.Add the milk until you have a soft but not sticky dough,you may not need all of the milk.Roll the dough out on a floured surface until about half an inch thick and then cut into rounds.Sprinkle the reserved cheese on top of the scones.I lined the frying pan with baking paper and arranged 5 scones on it,I put it on the low rack and using the extender ring cooked the scones for 22 mins at 190oc,right way up for 15 mins until golden brown then I turned them upside down for 7 mins and they cooked perfectly.Next time I am going to try putting them straight on the low rack to see if they will cook without being turned over,may be a bit messy though,mandy.

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Post  junie on 14.10.10 17:07

Thanks again Poppyseed

thank you

I'll be giving this one a go too. You have been busy and we really appreciate you taking the time to share your recipes with everyone. This will be copied to the A-Z too.

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Post  Reeta on 14.10.10 19:50

Yummy!

thank you Mandy

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Post  munchkin on 20.10.10 6:37

thank you.icant wait to try this out cool

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Post  poppyseed on 20.10.10 7:31

munchkin wrote:thank you.icant wait to try this out cool
My pleasure,my 4 year old has requested some more,she ate most of the last batch,so im hoping to do some more myself today.

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Post  lolly on 29.11.10 19:53

cheese scones were sooo good, thank you.

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Post  poppyseed on 30.11.10 7:40

lolly wrote:cheese scones were sooo good, thank you.
Lolly,really glad they worked out well for you,I need to make another batch but they are normally gone within the day.

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Post  interiorgem on 13.10.14 16:20

Hi i am new to this site I\'m new here and also have re-discovered my halogen oven which has been sitting in the top cupboard for about 5 years. It has been so long since i used it i am not sure of which accessories came with it . I did try out cheese scones and fruit scones today but the bottoms weren't cooked and had to turn them upside down, i am trying to remember if i need a tin with the perforation holes in as i just used a solid tin on the bottom rack . Please forgive any mistakes i make in typing etc too as computing is also not one of my talents . HMM i'm not selling myself here am i . I also am trying to find where i thank people as its really good of others to take the time and pass on information and recipes

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Post  Reeta on 14.10.14 15:01

Don't worry about the typing mistakes. We all do it sometimes.

I use the solid tray. Next time cook on the high rack with the extension ring on top.
 

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Post  Jesus78 on 01.01.15 9:46

Hey thanks for sharing this great recipe with all of us. I will try this at my home. I am thinking to make some unique dishes on my father’s birthday you know I will follow the recipes from an online cooking video.

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Post  Reeta on 01.01.15 14:03

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