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  Cream Scones Recipe & Photo - Joyofbaking.com
They are light and fluffy, and since I like my scones to have a crust which is crisp and golden brown, I often pop them under the broiler, with a dusting of powdered sugar, just after they are baked.
If you don't have any clotted cream in the house, these scones are also delicious with softly whipped cream and jam, butter and jam, or even a tangy lemon curd.
Cream scones are also perfect for making the American Strawberry Shortcake, so when strawberries are at their finest, split the scones in half and fill them with the fresh strawberries and cream.
www.joyofbaking.com /scones.html   (614 words)

  
 Scone Recipes & Photos - Joyofbaking.com
Scones are believed to have originated in Scotland and are closely related to the griddle baked flatbread, known as bannock.
Scones that are placed close together, that is almost touching, will have soft sides and their crusts will be less crispy.
Plain scones are traditionally served warm, split open, and topped with butter, jam or preserves, clotted cream, and/or lemon curd.
www.joyofbaking.com /SconesIntroduction.html   (962 words)

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