Watch me make them on YouTube and download the recipes here
Young Luke turned his hand to sweet scones so I could focus on a savoury version. He’s got his own YouTube channel too – game playing with his unique vocalisation for each character.
This is a basic scone mix that you can vary to suit the occasion and your taste buds.
For a traditional Cornish cream tea, split the scones horizontally and then spread with jam followed by whipped cream. A Devon cream tea uses clotted cream before the jam.
Small savoury scones topped with a flavoured butter, pate, salami, ham or whatever else inspires you can make delicious canapes. I’ve often used just a couple of tablespoons of horseradish sauce (instead of the olives, tomato and herbs) and topped the scones with smoked salmon or smoked mackerel pate with a thin quarter slice of lemon.
Penny Melville-Brown OBE
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