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Apricot Scones On The 11th Day Of Chinese New Year

CRAVINGS FOR SCONES...

I still have a small bottle of strawberry jam in the fridge and eating them with hot freshly baked scones has certainly "motivated" me to bake them in the early morning after a light breakfast.  

A very simple task actually, just get all the ingredients on the kitchen table and everything will be done within an hour.  This time I did the full portion as in the recipe by Anna Olson on youtube.  Instead of cranberries, I put in chopped apricots this time and added in more lemon zest.  

Full portion = 16 scones...
The odd shaped one at the bottom is the remainder of the dough... 
As usual, I topped it with pecan...
25 minutes of baking under temperature of 170 degrees... 
I don't know why the recipe written is brushing the top with egg white...
It is so pale in comparison with the egg yolk...
Next time I will use egg yolk instead... 
I ate two scones at one go... 
So nice to go with the cold strawberry jam...
Actually these can be quite filling...
I gave some to my neighbour...
And the rest of the remaining ones, I put inside the fridge...
Just have to airfry them for 2-3 minutes
And they taste like freshly baked ones again... 

Comments

  1. Oh scones!!! For a while, I thought they were cookies/biscuits. Scones are usually cylindrical, thicker. I love scones, rich buttery scones...with clotted cream and fruit jam, so so so nice.

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  2. I thought they are cookies by just looking at your photos. Can eat with butter too! So delicious!

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  3. Oh my!! Scones with strawberry jam is good. I like it with butter but dont mind jam with it too.

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  4. Yum, you are such a good baker, Claire!

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  5. Yummy scones with jam. Someone must be very happy.

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  6. I would eat these scones with butter, yums!

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