Never Made Scones Before? You Should Give THIS Scones Recipe A Go

One can't help but crave certain food when one's self-isolating, can one? I'll tell you two things of the many things I keep thinking about, being stuck here in Johor for months and months: (1) My Mak's cooking (oh my God I miss her chicken soup and masak lemak cili api), and (2) pavlova from a restaurant back at home.

Whenever I get hit by these cravings, the alternative would be to whip it up myself - and be contented with a second-rate copy of whatever it is.
But, hey, something is better than nothing, right?

Occasionally I dream about a batch of warm, crumbly scones — do you ever dream that? I daydream scones a lot, and usually in my daydreams they're recklessly heaped with clotted cream on top of a generous dollop of jam, paired with a huge mug of tea. Now, where am I going to get scones in this town? So whenever I feel like devouring scones, baking them is the only thing yo gal could do!

Check out the recipe here: Authentic British Scones

This is the only scones recipe I've ever tried and I'm definitely planning to try others, but this one is so easy and hassle-free that I've been sticking with it all these while. It's the perfect starting point for those who have never attempted to bake scones — like me before — in my opinion!

Also: I've never made my own clotted cream as it is best to use non-ultra pasteurized heavy cream to make it, which is an ingredient I have never ever seen in any supermarket, plus the 12-hour oven time scares me. Thankfully some of the higher ends supermarkets carry this one clotted cream in a jar, and it tastes perfectly nice to me!

Thank you for reading this post, and good luck on whipping up your very own batch of scones! I promise you, it's as easy as can be. Until my next post 

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  1. I love cream tea. I baked some scones last christmas for afternoon tea with Sarah.
    XO Tina

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    1. Ahhh scones for Christmas sounds FABULOUS <3

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  2. Adding these to my baking list, thanks so much!

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  3. Tea, scones, pastries, please count me in! I have never made these but I'm with you about the daydreaming of something crumbly and buttery while sipping hot tea/coffee. Yummy! Your teapot and things are such a mood. I've never heard of clotted cream but it sounds good hahaha :D Thanks for making me hungry at this ungodly hour, Liyana :D xoxo

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    1. I think I learned about scones when I visited Cameron Highland years ago and people said "You MUST try the scones there!" I got hooked, and whenever I craved them I would go to Dome, thankfully their scones are decent enough. Now, of course, I just make them, so thankful they're easy enough to bake! *grateful crying face emoji* Shah is not a fan of clotted cream so he would slather his scones with butter and jam, which is another way I enjoy them!

      As for my teapot set, isn't it the cutest??? I got them not long after I got married so it must be like 8-9 years old at least? It's one of the "grown-up" things I own in my kitchen in my opinion!

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I'm a modest blogger based in Malaysia. Here on The Good Weekender, you can find journals of my evolving modest personal style, based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest, and doing it all on a budget.