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COOKING COMPANION Scone Remix


Scones are arguably the quintessential British aſternoon tea treat. Depending on where you live in the West Country, you probably have strong opinions on what comes first: jam or cream. But one thing that we can all agree on is the versatility of these beauties. Our friends at Trewithen Dairy have been on a mission to reinvent the humble scone with their #sconerevolution campaign, which has seen plenty of new ideas from fellow scone-lovers. So, here are some fun ways to put a twist on the classic scone recipe...


SWEET TOOTH


Clotted cream and strawberry jam are a classic and much-loved combination, but you shouldn’t be afraid to deviate from tradition. For something a little bit different try substituting jam for a lemon or passionfruit curd. Tis simple change can make a huge impact on the flavour of your scones. For something truly special Trewithen Dairy recommend replacing some of the flour in your mixture with ground almonds. Trow in some dried cherries and a splash of amaretto for a delicious Bakewell scone.


FLORAL FLAVOURS


Embrace the abundance of the summer garden by introducing some edible flowers and herbs to your scones. A pinch of culinary lavender is a great way to add subtle floral flavour, as are lilac flowers. Alternatively, you can try adding a little rosemary to your scone mixture alongside some cracked black pepper and sharp cheddar cheese.


SAVOURY SCONES


Who says aſternoon tea has to be sweet? You can just as easily substitute sweeter preserves for tasty chutneys. You won’t look back once you’ve tried a dollop of tangy tomato relish or a chilli jam on a cheese scone. Another delicious idea is to incorporate sundried tomatoes into your scone mix and enjoy the finished product served warm with lashings of butter. Yum!


Do you have a fun twist on the classic scone that you’d like to share with FOODLOVER? Share your ideas on


Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and use the hashtag #sconerevolution for the chance to be featured in the magazine.


JOIN THE CHARLOTTE CAULDWELL SUGGESTED


A BANANA THEMED SCONE AND WHAT BETTER COMBINATION THAN BANOFFEE?


Chocolate scones are perfect for this decadent dessert-inspired idea, topped with caramel, banana, Trewithen Dairy Cornish Clotted Cream and grated dark chocolate. Lovely stuff!


Share your #sconerevolution ideas on social media


The editor will choose a recipe each issue and the winner will receive a Trewithen Dairy Cornish Hamper for Two.


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