Does anyone else remember this poem? 🙂
Well, now I’m dressed up in a kitchen costume again, although I must admit that it wasn’t much of a dressing up without a holiday. But I did manage to whip up some cheese and cream scones.
On a lighter note, in future I will clearly reject any claims that men can’t or don’t like to cook.
I have to say that this recipe is also very simple, this is what it looked like after the dough was kneaded:
After resting for an hour and a half, I could start working with it:
I ended up making only half of the dough into small scones, because it was easy to fit so much on a tray. The rest I saved for the next day, as explained in the video – I was going to make a cheese loaf with this after two days off, but unfortunately I put it off for a long time and the dough overripe. C’est la vie, as the French would say.
Here are the little scones, cut up after folding four times, in a soldier’s line:
After the first beaten egg:
Then, finally, the second beaten egg and the Edami + Trappist cheese used as topping:
And finally, after just 15 minutes of baking, the delicious scones were ready, now boxed and ready to eat:
I can only recommend baking these little savoury treats at home to everyone, they are simple, quick to make with a little forethought and much tastier than the crisps you can buy in the shops.
They’re great with a film 🙂