Camerons Potato Scones ~ 6 pack
Camerons Potato Scones or tattie scones (tottie scones in some parts of Scotland) are a regional variant of savoury griddle scones which are especially popular in Scotland. Many variations of the recipe exist. They generally include liberal quantities of boiled potatoes, butter and salt.
Camerons make Potato scones as circles about 6 inches (18 cm) across and then cut them into quarters. They also bake them in small rounds. They are generally unleaven and are thinner, 7 mm or so, than what is usual for a scone. So they resemble a soft oatcake. They are often part of the full Scottish breakfast with eggs, bacon and sausage slices. Brits often serve them like a wheat scone with jam and a cup of strong tea.
A typical potato scone recipe calls for potato and butter—no milk is used—with salt to taste and plain flour. The doughis then rolled out and put on a griddle to cook. They are traditionally served hot. Potato scones contain a small proportion of flour to a large proportion of potatoes: one traditional recipe calls for two ounces of flour and half an ounce of butter to a pound of potatoes.
Triangular shaped segments. Can be a great addition to breakfast meats and eggs.
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