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| Ingredients | Recipes Tattie scones or potato scones are a regional variant of the savoury " girdle scone" which is especially popular in Scotland
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Cookbook | Recipes | Ingredients | Baking The scone is a British snack of Scottish origin. A scone is a small quickbread made of wheat, barley or oatmeal
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form part of the Ulster fry. In Scotland potato bread is colloquially known as Totty Scone or Tattie Scone. This bread started out in the late nineteenth
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Bar Fairy Cakes (and Butterfly Cakes) Gingerbread (and Parkin) Pound Cake Scones Shortbread Victoria Sandwich (aka Victoria Sponge) Some UK cakes not included
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Vegetarian) Pumpkin Scones Pupusa (Salvadoran) Purée Mongole Quesadilla Queso Quiche Quick Marshmallow Rice Squares Rakott Krumpli (Hungarian Potato Casserole)
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minutes on medium high, stirring occasionally. Cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Serve hot with Irish Oat Scones or Soda Bread.
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little bit of pressure. The consistency should be of the same as when making scones. Too much water and the pakoda will not be crunchy. Heat oil in a heavy-bottomed
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