Cheese Scone Recipe

This is part two of the cheese scone recipe tutorial.

If you need part 1, then click here to go to the start.

This recipe is so easy and really tasty. The cheese and herb flavor is excellent.


Using the fine side of a grater, grate the cheese.

I've used two types in this recipe - use your favorites or you can use up bits.

Tip the grated cheese into the bowl with the dry scone mixture.

Make sure you mix in really well - if you don't then the finished scone recipe will not be as good as it could be.

Rub the cheese into the flour, making sure you have no lumps left.

Break the egg into a cup and then pour it into the bowl.

It's important to do this because if your egg is not fresh, then you will spoil the scone mixture in your bowl.

Mix the egg into the mixture with a kitchen fork.

As you can see, it's quite dry, so add some milk.

Try with 4 tablespoons and then mix it again.

You may need one or two more.

Give it a really good mix.

When it's ready, the scone mix will look like this photo here.

You're now ready to go onto part 3 of this recipe here.

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