Monday, February 27, 2012

Yogurt Scones


Having a child at home really gave me an opportunity to explore and try a lot of bake goodies. I was looking  for something that I can put yogurt, until i finally stumble on the recipe tips from ikea. I tried the recipe but I find the texture so soft, more like of a pancake than scones, so I made a little bit of revision. I decided to put egg in the recipe and increase the amount of flour a bit. A success on my part for  my little boy enjoyed it.

Here's the recipe:

300 g flour
2 teaspoon baking powder
1 pc egg
50 g butter
200 ml plain yogurt
pinch of salt
cheese for toppings

Preheat the oven to 220 degree celsius. Combine all the dry ingredients, flour and baking powder until thoroughly mixed. Add the rest of the ingredients. Mixed everything aside from the cheese, reserve it for toppings. I used the electric mixer for mixing. Pour it in greased muffin form and topped it with cheese slices. You can top it with anything you like, it maybe bacon, ham or marmalade. You can also add a little sugar if you like. Bake it for 15 minutes. That's it. Really easy and tasty. 

3 comments:

Tina said...

These look delicious. I have been wanting to experiment making scones for a while now. They don't seem to popular here in The States, but with my Irish ancestry I just seem to be naturally drawn to them. There is nothing quite like a well made scone.

Joe-ann said...

@tina, thanks a lot. I love scones, and coincidentally, I had my first scones in Ireland.:))Have a nice day.

jannett said...

yup...i will try it