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Scone Day:)

It's been a while I am not making scone. On my recent trip to Cameron Highland I had a nice English Scone from Boh Plantation, which cost me RM5...and with this price I have to make one. Last scone I made was during my student time 15 years back...

So here are some photo to share. Ingredient is plain flour, baking powder, butter and milk. Nice to have it when it is still hot with strawberry jam and butter..but in my case I like to eat it with marmalade.

Easy as 123, why not try to make it at home today:) Nice for breakfast or afternoon tea.


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