петак, 19. август 2016.

Skounsi sa kačkavaljem * Cheese scones


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Ove skounse je tako lako i brzo spremiti da nema razloga da vam ili ujutru ili popodne ne zamiriše kuća na njih. Sve sastojke većina nas ima u zalihama . Slane ih pravim za doručak a slatke , koje jedemo većimo uz dobar dodatak džema i pavlake popodne.

Ovde sam umesto putera koristila ulje .


Sastojci

2 šolje brašna
3 kašićice praška za pecivo
dobar naprstak soli
1 jaje
125 ml mleka ili malo više zavisno od testa
1 šolja rendanog kačkavalja
3 kašičice ulja


Priprema

U činiji umešamo brašno, prašak za pecivo i so
Izrendano sir
U drugoj činiji ulupamo jaja, mleko i ulje
Polako uspemo u brašno i mešamo. Dodamo kačkavalj i promešamo.


 Kad se testo sjedinilo, izrućimo na pobrašnanu radnu površinu.


Dlanom rastanjimo testo sasvim tanko, pa preklopimo i ponovo dlanom lako pritiskajući, rastanjimo do oko 5 cm


Čašom vadimo okruglice i redjamo na pek papiru u ravnu tepsiju. Možete posuti malo kačkavalja i na vrh.


Pečemo na 180 stepeni C, 15 do 20 minuta . dok porumene

Najukusnije su tople.

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This is so easy and  quick to make.  And most of the ingredients we have in our pantry. We make them often savory, like these for breakfast or sweet with lush serving of jam and cream for afternoon tea. Whole house is filled with divine smell.
They taste best when warm
I used here  oil instead of butter





Ingredients

  • 500ml flour (2 cups)
  • 15ml baking powder (3 tsp)
  • large pinch salt
  • 1 cup grated cheese
  • 3 tsp oil
  • 125 ml milk (maybe a bit more depending on how it mixes)
  • 1 egg

Create


  1. Sift flour, baking powder, salt and cayenne pepper into a large bowl. Add the cheese and mix through the flour mixture.
  2. Beat the egg and milk together in a separate bowl and add the oil. The oil replaces the butter/margarine that usually gets used to rub into the flour. By using the oil you cut down on the dreaded calories and it saves a lot of time.
  3. Pour the milk/egg/oil mixture into the flour mixture and using a metal spoon / fork, mix the dough until it clumps together, but is not too dry. If too dry, splash a bit more milk in to use up the flour.
  4. Press the dough out on a flat clean floured surface until it is about 5mm thick, then fold it over ontop of itself (this gives the finished scones the natural "break" to cut open), flatten it again, using the palm of your hand. Do not use a rolling pin as it is too heavy and will prevent the scones from rising.
  5. Cut out your scones out by using a round cutter (you decide on the size) or if you don't have a cutter handy use a drinking glass. Place them on a baking tray, pop them in the oven at 180 celsius for fifteen twenty minutes. Serve, still warm, with lashings of butter, cheese, jams and honey.

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