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Potato Scones-Tattie Scones

Part of a traditional Scottish breakfast

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Yields16 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time50 mins

 500 g Potato
 100 g Plain flour
 40 g Butter
 Pot of water
 S&P

1

Peel and chop your potatoes then boil them in a pot of water for 30mns appr then drain

2

Mash the potatoes adding 25g of butter and S&P if desired. Leave to cool

3

Add the cold potatoes to a bowl with 100g of flour and mix by hand,working the flour through the potatoes. The mix should be slightly dry and pliable and not too wet

4

Put the dough onto a floured surface and divide into 4

5

Flour your rolling pin and taking one part of the dough flatten then roll out till its 1/2" thick.(Try to keep it circular)then using a sharp knife divide into quarters.

6

Take s frying pan and add a little of the remaining butter and fry for 2-3mns either side, medium heat till golden brown

7

Serve with sausage and egg,or a full Scottish/English breakfast or eat on its own

Ingredients

 500 g Potato
 100 g Plain flour
 40 g Butter
 Pot of water
 S&P

Directions

1

Peel and chop your potatoes then boil them in a pot of water for 30mns appr then drain

2

Mash the potatoes adding 25g of butter and S&P if desired. Leave to cool

3

Add the cold potatoes to a bowl with 100g of flour and mix by hand,working the flour through the potatoes. The mix should be slightly dry and pliable and not too wet

4

Put the dough onto a floured surface and divide into 4

5

Flour your rolling pin and taking one part of the dough flatten then roll out till its 1/2" thick.(Try to keep it circular)then using a sharp knife divide into quarters.

6

Take s frying pan and add a little of the remaining butter and fry for 2-3mns either side, medium heat till golden brown

7

Serve with sausage and egg,or a full Scottish/English breakfast or eat on its own

Potato Scones-Tattie Scones

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