Big Grandma's Scones

Big Grandma made a few scones whenever anybody came for tea. Big Grandad would tickle the fire and tap his cup with a spoon when he was ready for another cup of tea!


Oven 220C
Grease baking tray
Mix flour and salt
Rub in marg and stir in sugar and fruit
Beat egg with enough milk to make up to 1/4 pint
Add to mix but reserve small amount for brushing tops
Knead very lightly roll out gently to about 3/4" thick and cut into rounds
Brush tops and bake for about 10 mins till gold and risen
Serve with strawberry jam and clotted cream


Salt Pinch
Milk ¼ pint
Egg 1
Sultanas 2oz
Caster Sugar 1oz
Margarine 2oz
Baking Powder 1 teaspoon
SR Flour 8oz

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These are so yummy! I will make them again and again! Mt partner thought I had bought them from the farm shop!
Light, easy, not too sweet - scones like they oughta be!
This is a wonderful recipe, I tried so many others and this one is the best, so lovely and light, thanks for sharing.
Excellent recipe! Very easy to follow and the results were really good. Will definitely use this one again. Thank you!
Fantastic, just made these scones, beautiful! added honey and almonds they are lush! thankyou x
Wow! What a stonking recipe! did double quantity - came out like mountains!! - excellent thanks for sharing it!! Lucy
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