Can You Make Scones with Self Raising Flour?


Yes, you can, in fact should, make scones with self-raising flour. This is because self-raising flour contains raising agents which will enable your scones to rise and achieve the desired shape, instead of being flat and small. Sift the flour well into a bowl and mix in butter, sugar, eggs and buttermilk at intervals until your have a soft but not sticky dough.
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To thicken the mixture and to help it rise.
If you are talking about self rising flour, it is basically the same as all-purpose flour. The self rising, however, has salt and a leavening agent added. Usually cakes, cookies,
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Self-raising flour is a flour that has a raising agent and salt added during the production process. It means that when a proportion of self-raising flour is included in the recipe,
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