The Perfect Thermomix Scone Recipe
Sometimes recipes with the least amount of ingredients are the hardest to perfect. Scones are one of those tricky recipes. The perfect Thermomix scone recipe consists of just 4 ingredients but the resulting treat is more than the sum of its ingredients.
The perfect morning tea ready in no time at all!
- 450 gm SR flour
- 30 gm butter cut into cubes
- 1 Tbs caster sugar
- 250 gm milk
- 1/2 tsp lemon juice
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celsius and line a baking tray with paper
Add the flour, sugar and butter to TM bowl. 20sec/Speed 7.
Scrape down the bowl.
Add the milk and lemon juice to the TM bowl. Combine Kneed 35sec/Dough setting.
Place the dough onto a floured bench and push gently into a square shape about an inch thick.
Cut the dough into even squares with a knife.
Place the scones on the baking tray and brush with extra milk.
Cook for 10- 15 minutes or until golden.
Make sure the scones are touching on the tray as they cook.
Over the years my scone making technique has improved and I can now produce the perfect scone every time. Believe me, this was not always the case! I have some helpful tips below that will have you making these simple morning tea delights in no time.
Tips for Making Perfect Thermomix Scones
- Scones like the cold.
- Use cold butter straight from the fridge
- Winter is a great time to cook scones because the house is cold.
- Use ice cold milk in the scone mixture
- Scones don’t like warm hands.
- Use a Thermomix or food processor to combine the butter and flour.
- Hands are warm and will melt the butter causing it to be absorbed by the flour making the scones heavy. The old butter will coat the flour.
- Don’t knead the mixture ever! Once the liquid is added process until just barely combined.
- Scones like to be close to other scones on the baking tray. This helps them to rise evenly. Place the scones on the baking tray so that they touch.
Basically, the best scones are a result of throwing all the ingredients in the Thermomix and processing as described in the recipe. The less fussing the better. Turn the dough onto the floured bench and cut into squares or use a round cookie cutter.
This Thermomix scone recipe will have you sipping tea and enjoy a delicious treat in about 20 minutes. If you’re looking for a quick afterschool snack for the kids definitely consider making a batch, after all, you’re sure to have all the ingredients in the pantry.
For an extra special scone why not try my Blueberry & White Chocolate Scone with lemon glaze. I modelled that recipe on the Bakers Delight version but I do think my recipe is better.
Well, I hope you take advantage of this wet weather and try out my Thermomix scone recipe.
So tell me, what warming comfort foods do you enjoy in the winter time?
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