How to make delicious old fashion English Tea Scones. Follow this easy recipe for success.

Traditional English Cooking, Traditional English Cooking

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13 Videos (41m)
    • Introduction

      3:50
    • Ingredients and equipment

      2:50
    • Method part 1

      1:45
    • Method part 2

      1:21
    • Method part 3

      2:22
    • Method part 4

      6:13
    • Method part 5

      5:04
    • Method part 6

      8:07
    • Method part 7

      2:37
    • Method part 8

      1:31
    • Method part 9

      3:22
    • Conclusion

      0:51
    • Printed recipe

      0:48

About This Class

In today’s lesson, we shall be baking another popular English classic – Afternoon Tea Scones. These are a delicious bread like treat. Not a cake or a pastry. They can be made as a large round shape and cut into quarters or they can be made smaller as individual rounds. The 4 o’clock ‘Afternoon Tea’ in England became popular in the late 18th – 19th century, thanks to the Duchess of Bedford. This was the time when scones became popular although food history tells us that they were eaten before this in Scotland as early as the 15th century when they were made with oats. Join us now, as we take you, step by step, with this easy to follow, old fashion recipe.

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I made scones at school but i forgot the recipe and wanted to remind myself how to make them. Your video was very helpful and entertaining! I enjoyed the banter between you whilst you made the scones as well as learning the history of scones (very interesting and was something my cooking teacher never taught) . The finished scones look delicious. I can't wait to make these!

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