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15 Sep 2008

Jeena's Scones Recipe

I should thank internet for bringing out my abilities in cooking. A big thanks from an infant cook! I am still trying to step carefully in the cooking world just like a baby who learns to walk.All these days I shared some of my mother's recipes with some sites and tried to learn from other expert cooks ... I love to call everyone "expert" who cook a simple dish very tastily.. Net gave me opportunity to meet many like that. They all, including our food bloggers do a great job .
Yeah, this is my 200th post and let me remember all those helping hands behind the screen..
I cannot leave the place without thanking some of my senior friends like Mrs.Latha Jayaprakash,Mrs.Mano Saminathan, Mrs. Chithra Viswanath and Mrs. Seetha lakshmi Amma. I know many of you might have seen their wonderful recipes in different sites.
My 200th post Scones recipe is also from a great friend, Jeena. Thanks Jeena!
And special thanks to all my lovely readers who keep sending very nice feed backs... :)
Ok, let us see this simple recipe......



Ingredients and method

Flour 1 1/4 cup (maida)
baking powder 2 tsp
chopped dates 4 or raisins
egg 1
salt 1 pinch
sugar 2 1/2 Tbsp
milk little to make dough



Make dough mixing all the ingredients. Roll the dough into 1/2 " thickness, cut them and bake in a preheated oven in 220 degrees for 10 minutes or until the scones turn golden..

32 comments:

  1. Hi Seena,
    Congratulations for the big "200"..
    And belated Onam ashamsakal.
    This recipe is very simple. I guess only thing is to make the dough properly!
    And now its my turn to thank you again, for instilling that feeling, that I can cook good if I try. You know, for the first time I prepared Sadhya and I added your Erissery to that list.
    Before having that Lunch I remembered you and thanked you.

    Thank you Seena... may your blog show a 1000 posts and still go on.. This is the hope that burns inside the hearts of those who eagerly look forward to your blog, to bring happiness in their homes by cooking!!

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  2. no butter?? And the 1/2" thickness rises this high?

    I want to try these too!

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  3. Such simple recipe and ingredients!Nice post:)

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  4. Seena, these scones look great! AND --HEARTIEST CONGRATS ON 200TH YUMMY POST! Hey I too find these 'Expert' reside in likes of mom, mom in laws, friends mom...simple yet tasty..I would also love to reach there, taking baby steps too! :)And I find all your postings, very very delicious !! Do keep posting! :D

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  5. Congragulation to your 200 post.
    Delicious way to celebrate with scones, they look beautiful

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  6. Thanks dear Nimi,
    Pinne sadya kazhikkan vilikkaathathil kurachu paribhavam undu ketto..ennalum gurunathane orathallo, athu mathi.. :)

    Yeah Nags, it is semi soft and rises like that.Just like our "venna roti" but not hard.

    Thanks raks, it has been long since I came there.. see u soon..

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  7. Thanks Purnima,
    Our kids boast to their friends my mom cooks that and this like that..
    So we all are expert cooks in their mind.. :)

    Thanks Happy, where were u, missed u.. :)

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  8. Congrats on your 200th post Seena! The scones look delicious...Is there any replacement for egg?

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  9. Congrats on your 200th post, Seena! Scones are one of my fav. Looks delicious!! I tried your tuna cutlets and they were fantastic!! Thanks so much! :)

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  10. Congrats Seena on the milestone :)
    Btw, you are an expert too....no doubt about that :)

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  11. Congrats on the 200th post..Keep going...

    Simple but the scones look delectable...

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  12. looks delicious..healthy one too..congrats on ur 200th post..

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  13. Congrats on ur 200 posts, wish many more :) Lovely way to celebrate with the scone

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  14. Wow Seena your scones look so delicious! I love that you used dates I bet they were yummy. :-)

    I agree that we can all learn so much from each other in our cooking. :-)

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  15. Thanks Vijaya,
    Will ask Jeena about that and will let u know.. :)

    Oh Kalai, u tried them! I love tuna very much in that form..thanks a lot for the wishes too.. :)

    Shn,njan veenupoyi... :D

    thanks EC, I know how easily you have reached 200 posts!

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  16. Thanks Rachel, you baking expert, will find how easy it would be.. :)

    thanks Divya and Cham, that scones are really worth to try out.. :)

    Thanks Jeena, what about making puttu? ;)

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  17. I don't know how I missed to wish on your 200th post!!
    CONGRATS!!!On your 200th post!Its really a milestone;)

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  18. Hi seenatha...
    Congrats on your 200th post..And do post some special ramadan recipes of yours...Btw,hows ur health nw?Hope everything's fine
    Zeb

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  19. Congratulations for 200th post. very nice recipe, Looks good.
    I tag u for 7 facts about u.
    Thanks....

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  20. Raj,No prob, am already rcvd your wishes.. :)

    Zeb, where were u, even today I thought abt u and was thinking to mail u, what abt Roz and Little H? :)

    Bhawna, thanks dear. Will try to do the meme, if possible.. see u, :)

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  21. Hi Seena

    Congrats on hitting double century :)

    Cheers
    Maria

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  22. seena,
    A big congrats to u for hitting 200posts..btw,scones looks delicious..pinne puthiya oven vagiyo?

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  23. Thanks Maria for wishing.. :)

    Praju, didn't buy new one. This is what I had done before. :)

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  24. Congrats Seena !
    The scones stuffed with dates are a delicacy.

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  25. This is your 200th post and you are still stepping gingerly?! Come on, no need to be that modest :) look at the fantastic scones you've made!

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  26. Seena, just came across your blog today... you have done a good job with it. Will visit you on a regular basis from now on since I have marked your blog for follow up.
    I have a request... if possible can you pls add me to your blog roll. Seems like you have an extensive one, and I would love to be a part of it. Thanks!
    http://mixtomatch.blogspot.com/

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  27. Hey the Scones looks awesome.. must have tasted delicious..

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  28. Its been a hectic ramadan with H running around all over the place...Vallappozhum matram blog check cheyyarullu..Which is y u dont see me around a.nymore...Anyways,take care
    Zeb

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  29. hi i just want to say thanks to you.Because with the help of your post now even i can cook.

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  30. Congrats on ur 200th post Seena, ur blog rocks! :))
    all blog blessings to ya!

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