How to make it

  • Mix flour with salt and icing sugar.
  • Rub in butter, and then stir in milk.
  • Knead lightly and press dough out to 2 cm thick. Cut out into rounds or rough squares- you choose.
  • Place scones, almost touching, ona greased oven tray and brush with a little extra milk.
  • Bake in a very hot ven for 15 mins.
  • Serve warm... and next time make a double batch!

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  • wrigggit 10 years ago
    Generally, there are two icing sugars on the market. Icing sugar mixture, also known as confectioners' sugar or powdered sugar, is pulverised granulated sugar crushed together with a small amount (about three percent) of cornflour. This icing sugar is great to use when making icing for kids' birthday cakes or dusting sweet treats. Similar in appearance to the former, pure icing sugar is also made from pulverised granulated sugar but contains no cornflour. For everyday cooking, icing sugar mixture does the trick; the only place where pure icing sugar is a must is when making royal icing, modelling fondant and the like. If you are gluten intolerant, be sure to choose pure icing sugar over icing sugar mixture.
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  • mcboo 10 years ago
    What is icing sugar????
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