Title: Mrs. Duncan's Girdle Scones
Categories: Breads, Tried, Dkuhnen msn
Yield: 1 Servings
1/2 lb Plain flour
1 Good tsp. of cream of tartar
1/2 t Baking soda
A good pinch of coarse salt
Milk to mix
A little golden syrup
Sift all the dry ingredients through seive into a china bowl. Make a
well in the middle and pour enough milk (buttermilk is best) to make
a loose and slightly slippery dough. Mix with a palette knife and at
the end, dip the knife into a tin of golden syrup coats it and is
mixed into the dough. Turn out on to floured slab. Roll out, using
rolling pin as little as possible and always rolling away from you.
Cut into triangles or rounds and cook on a hot but not roasting
girdle that has been lightly floured. Source: Mrs. Duncan Sinclair,
from 'Lady Maclean's Cookbook' by Lady Veronica Maclean.
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