Griddled Scones

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Open Rhodes Around Britain

By Gary Rhodes

Published 1996

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These are great to eat at Sunday teatime with butter, jam and cream. They take no time to make and very little to cook, and we all seem to have these ingredients sitting in our cupboards. This recipe will give you about 20 scones - of course, you can halve the recipe, but I’m sure you’ll eat 20! The other plus is the great variety of scones you can make by adding other flavours. I like to make them with the finely grated zest of lemon, but orange or lime can also be used. Chopped apple can