Mungalli Farmhouse Scones

Mungalli Farmhouse Scones

We use our Natural Yoghurt, Cream and Milk to make delicious light and fluffy scones!

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 x 500g tubs of SR Flour

  • Approx 4 dessertspoons of icing sugar (optional)
  • 200g tub of Mungalli Creek Natural Yoghurt
  • 200g tub of Cream (single or double)
  • Approx 200ml of milk (adjust up or down as required)

Small batch: approx 20 scones – 10 serves)

METHOD

  • Measure flour and icing sugar and place in the large mixing bowl.
  • Make a well in the center
  • In a smaller bowl mix yoghurt, cream and milk, and whisk until well combined and pour into flour. The quantity of liquid should flow just to the top of the flour, almost to the point of overflowing.
  • Using a knife or large metal spatula cut the liquid gently through the flour until well combined. The dough should be moist and springy but able to be kneaded without mixture coming off on hands – if too wet just add some more flour.
  • Knead gently for a few minutes either in bowl or on a floured bench.
  • Roll out on the bench with a floured rolling pin to a max of 1.5 – 2cm thick.
  • Once rolled out spread a thin layer of flour across the top and then cut with scone cutter and place next to each other – each scone should butt up against the next – on an ungreased baking tray.
  • Bake in hot oven (200°C) for approx. 20 minutes until knife inserted in center comes out clean.

VARIATION:

For savoury herb scones leave out the caster sugar and add ½ cup of fresh chopped herbs from the garden and a pinch of salt.

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By Beth Watson|2018-08-22T06:06:49+00:0021st June 2018|

4 Comments

  1. Robert Rasmussen 3 September 2018 at 9:48 am - Reply

    Where in Townsville can we purchase your Davidson Plum Jam. Had your delicious scones last week and absolutely loved the jam. I only purchase 1 bottle of the jam and I have just about finished it. Also we had the bruschetta and loved the balsamic you dressed it with. Are you able to let me know the brand? It was also very delicious.

    • Beth Watson 7 September 2018 at 3:31 am - Reply

      Hi Robert, I passed your comments on to our chef, she blushed! At the moment you can only buy our Davidson’s Plum jam at our cafe but perhaps we need to look into sending it further afield! As for the Balsamic dressing for our bruschetta we used Riviana Balsamic Vinegar Of Modena which our chef then reduced. Thanks for taking the time to write to us! 🙂

  2. Robyn 20 October 2018 at 10:31 pm - Reply

    Would love to buy more of your Davidson plum jam….it superb!!! Unfortunately I only purchased 1 jar on our visit which I very much regret now. I looked online at your products for sale but it doesn’t appear online. As we live near Coffs Harbour so it’s a long drive to get it 😉 We had your scrumptious cheese platter for lunch on our visit. Regards Robyn

    • Beth Watson 21 October 2018 at 11:12 pm - Reply

      Hi Robyn, thank you! That jam is actually the same one we use in our Davidson’s Plum yoghurt 😀 We are currently working on creating an online platform to sell the products in our cafe, so keep an eye out in the coming months! Thank you for stopping in, and I hope you had a safe trip back to Coffs Harbour! 🙂

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