The scones on the foodtown add does any one know

m41, Oct 7, 7:35pm
that woman or is her recipe any where ???

juliewn, Oct 8, 3:23am
Bumping for you.. they look good..

gardie, Oct 8, 4:09am
do you mean the "I've never been one for fancy packaging" one?

madison15, Oct 8, 5:44am
From the website

Cheese Scones

Pinch of Cayenne Pepper (optional)
1 x 300ml bottle of Cream
1 x 330ml can of Lemonade
4 tsp Cream of Tartar
4 1/2 c Plain Flour
2 tsp Baking Soda
2 c Tasty Grated Cheese

As seen on The Smart Shopper, TV One, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5.50pm.
Servings : Directions:
Sift dry ingredients together.

Stir in grated cheese.

Pour in cream and lemonade.
Mix to combine.

Pat out to shape cut into 12-15 scones.

Bake at 220°C for 20 minutes or so, until golden

pickles7, Oct 8, 6:00am
Easier than lemonade and cream, Saves about $4.50
I think the lemonade scones lack substance, and can spread, rather than rise.

Pull apart Cheese and onion... Scones.

4 cups of flour,
1 tsp salt,
2 tsp baking soda,
4 tsp cream of tartar,

200grams of grated cheese,
1/2 a medium onion very finely chopped,
1 egg,
100 grams of melted butter,
1 and 1/2 cups of milk, may need a little more

Sift all the dry ingredients,
melt the butter,
beat the egg in a measuring jug,
add the melted butter,
then milk to make up to 2 cups of liquid
add the milk mixture to the dry ingredients ,
mix lightly, adding more milk so the mixture is not crumbly at all,
I tip my scones straight out onto a floured baking tray.
I cut them on the tray, using a wet knife
I sprinkle more grated cheese over the top,
bake 15-20 minutes in a 250%C oven.

Quotepickles7 (457 )9:17 am, Sun 12 Sep #76

jen51, May 18, 10:10pm
Hi I made these scones yesterday
4 1/2 cups flour
300mls cream
1 can lemonade
2tsp baking soda
4tsp cream of tartar
sift dry ingredients then mix in rest.
bake in 220 oven for 20 minutes