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Traditional British Scone Recipes (Traditional British Recipes Book 3) by [Romsey, Jane]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
Book 3 of 4 in Traditional British Recipes (4 Book Series)

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  • File Size: 165 KB
  • Print Length: 36 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
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By H. B. Hosegoood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Jun. 2013
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This is an excellent little item for anyone wanting to make scones and try out variations. Note that if you are diabetic or on a diet, several recipes are free from sugar or artificial sweetener. So far, I have only made the fruit scones but they are delicious and the recipe was certainly easy. There are some things you should know, though, before you buy:
1) There are no photos and little in the way of formatting. The recipes are as if you quickly typed up the details from a friend, so what you get is the bare minimum. On the other hand, if the recipes work - and they certainly seem to – then what you get is really all you need, and there are some lovely recipes included (see below).
2) The ingredients and oven temperature are in pounds, ounces and Fahrenheit, and sizes are in inches. This is something to take note of if you are British or just not American or over 30. In the case of these scones, the oven temperature is usually 450 F which equates to 230 C or 220 C if you have a fan over or if that is as high as your oven goes. My oven only goes up to 220 C and that was fine. It is best not to try to convert the pounds and ounces but to find scales with them on.
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lovely recipes here easy to use from my kindle so doesn't take up too much room at home like books do
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I have the all in one condensed version too but dip into this when I want something different for a change would love to see these brought out as a paperback set for non kindle using friends they'd make a great gift set
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Some good recipes but wish that they had some pictures
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What an excellent little recipe book. Great selection of some well known scones. The book is simply set out and the recipes are really easy to follow. A great addition for a cooks library. My daughter in law is not a very experienced cook and even she finds the recipes easy and is now enjoying as she calls the challenge of cooking. She has even hinted that she would like a set of the books. I purchased the 3 other books from same author as well i,e biscuits, puddings, cakes and all are excellent.
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By ElaineG TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 May 2012
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Fantastic little book dedicated to scones which are my favourite cakey type thing. It has a total of 15 recipes ranging from the basic plain scone to savoury cheddar and chive scones and dropped scones. There are some very good ideas to experiment with, all with ingredients which I already either have in the cupboard or can get hold of very easily (no sprigs of wild saffron or any other exotic ingredients). The instructions are all very clear and easy to understand so would also make a good recipe collection for a child, especially as the scones are so easy to make. Will be very handy having a collection of scone recipes in one place where I can easily thumb through it for ideas.
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Wow! Thanks for this book Jane! There's nothing quite like a British scone, we're famous for them. I grew up eating home made scones and nothing has tasted quite the same since. Uusually I bake plain, eveery-day scones for my family using an old recipe of my mother's but this book has encouraged me to be more adventurous. I'm looking forward to trying each recipe and treating friends and family to the results.
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for the home baker this book is useful and has just scones But you must have guessed that from the title.
It was 0 pence on ebooks, download, so one cannot complain,
It has loads of interesting tips and ideas for all different kinds of scones.
I compared one basic recipe, to another from Mary Berry, just one slight variation with a pinch of salt, option. I opted to use M/B and the scones did not rise or be light and fluffy, so i followed the recipe from this book and wow, did they rise, yes and had just what a scone should look and taste like,
so I recommend having this cookery book.
For tips, ideas, and so on and of course it's free to some.
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