Sultana & Apricot Scones and all the pretty princes will see you

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Sultana & Apricot Scones – Scones all’Uvetta & Albicocca

Music: Pretty Dress, Rosie Thomas. These scones are all about motherly love, they warm up your heart like a mother embrace, like her words, like she can do. That’s who mothers are – the ones who believe in you when nobody does. After you ate these scones, everyone will see you the way she sees you.


Flour 300 gr

Oat Flour 200 gr

Sultana 80 gr

Dried apricots 50 gr, diced

Butter 100 gr, soften

Baking Powder 2 tsp

Granulated Sugar 3 Tsb

Milk 300 ml

Salt 1 tsp

Egg 1

Mix the flours, add the baking powder, the sugar and the salt. Then incorporate the butter, and mix well. Fold in the sultana and the apricots, then pour in the milk. Mix hard but shortly. Pat to a disk that is about 3 cm thick and cut using a cookie cutter. Place the scones on a baking sheet and brush with beaten egg. Bake at 200° C for 18 minutes or until golden.


About thecookandtheguitarist

We're Gaia and Andrea and this is the place where we have fun pairing food with music. Gaia - The Cook - is a trained pastry chef and owns a candy shop in the centre of Florence, Italy. Andrea - The Guitarist - is a professional musician, teaches guitar and is a Beatles fanatic.
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3 Responses to Sultana & Apricot Scones and all the pretty princes will see you

  1. Sere says:

    ciao! che bel posticino qui.. grazie per esser passata, tornerò a trovarti!
    p.s. mi piace l’idea dello slyde foto! 😀

  2. claire says:

    it seems delicious!i m gonna try it for sure!:)

  3. Grazie a te Serena, a presto!

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