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How to make Buttermilk scones

Light and flaky, this scone is just fine.

Buttermilk scones

Buttermilk scones

They are best when still slightly warm straight from the oven, but you can serve them at room temperature the next day, or warm them up in the microwave for 15 – 20 seconds.

Ingredients

2 cup all-purpose flour (270 g)

1/3 cup granulated sugar (63 g)

1 tablespoon baking powder

¼ teaspoon baking soda

½ teaspoon kosher salt

4 oz unsalted butter (cold & cubed, 113 g)

⅔ cup buttermilk (160 g)

1 large egg

1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Turbinado sugar for topping

Method

Preheat the stove to 400°F and fix a heating sheet with material paper. 

Filter flour, preparing pop and heating powder into an enormous blending bowl, add fit salt and sugar, rush to join. 

Add the virus cubed spread to the flour combination, work the margarine into the flour with your fingertips or a baked good blender until all the margarine pieces are about pea and lima bean size. 

Add egg, buttermilk and vanilla concentrate to a little bowl, speed to join. Make a well in the center of the flour blend and pour in the fluid combination, holding 1 - 2 tablespoon to use as egg wash later. Overlay with a spatula or wooden spoon until a shaggy mixture structures. 

Turn the batter out onto a very much floured board or ledge, and pat the mixture out into a square shape around 1/2" thick. Crease the mixture over itself and pat it out once more, do this around 3 - multiple times. Then, at that point, shape the batter into a circle around 1" thick. Cut into 8 parts. 

Spot the scones on the material lined preparing sheet, brush the top and favors saved egg wash, and sprinkle liberally with turbinado sugar. Prepare for 20 minutes until brilliant brown. 

Eliminate from the stove and permit to cool on the heating sheet 5 - 10 minutes prior to moving the scones to the wire rack to cool totally. 

Best served warm.

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