Monday, April 18, 2011

Scone

Indian Scone 

St Andrews Scone
Scone - St Andrews, Kazhakuttom Special  Snack
Though Scone originated from Scotland, it's a popular snack through out the world. Surprisingly Scone, is popular in St Andrews. I wonder who introduced Scone to this remote sea side town in Kerala. Do you have any answer to it?

My Grand Mom ( Polly Cruz) used to make Scone for evening snacks. It's still popular with folks in St Andrews, and people from St Andrews living around the world. 

Here's the vintage Scone recipe from St Andrews

Ingredients for Scone ( St Andrews recipe)
  • Maida - 1 cup
  • Sugar - 1 tsp
  • Egg -1
  • Grated Coconut - 1/2 cup
  • Salt - one pinch
  • Water- 1 cup
  • Baking powder -1/2 tsp
  • Butter -2 tbsp
Steps to prepare Scone:
  1. Grind the grated Coconut.
  2. In a separate bowl, mix maida, baking powder, egg, water, sugar and salt
  3. Add the coconut paste and one table spoon of butter to the above mixture
  4. Heat the griddle (pan) spread the remaining butter in the pan 
  5. Pour the batter in the pan and cover it with a lid
  6. Cook in sim for 5 min
  7. Flip it over and cook for another 5 min.
In seven steps, your first Scone is ready to serve. Have it hot with honey/ Jam/ cream/ butter.

Enjoy the Scone,

Marina

BTW: Try out these St Andrew special dishes, Pork Vindaloo, Banana Dosi

2 comments:

divya said...

hiii chechi,

u r simply amazing....'m frm AbuDhabi n ur cuz lloyd told me abt ur blog coz i lv to cook....thnks a ton to chachen for tellg me abt tis one....'m totally awed by ur culinary skills specially baking...though i lv to experiment in cookg, dn't knw much abt cooking...wud lv to learn it....u r dng a rocking job wid tis blog of urs...keep rocking....gd bls :)

(thnx a ton dear as i have been searching for a long time d recipe of St.Andrews scone as i simply lv it, finally found d recipe frm d blog and d halwa too....i always asks my mom to snt it for us whenever smeone cmes to UAE.....lols)

divya :)

Marina said...

Hi Divya,

Thank you so much dear...happy to know that my blog is useful to you..try the recipes and let me know how it works out for you...I will post the Halwa recipe very soon and will send you Halwa if any one comes from B'lore.....
Cheers
Marina