Simple Scones

There is nothing better than a scone in the morning with your coffee or tea as you watch the sunrise for a new day ahead of you. My grandmother known as “Nana”made at least what she called, “Pan Scones”. Nana had all the yummy recipes from her Scottish heritage! Nana‘s “Pan”Scones was a favorite of our family every time she came for a visit. My dad took over after she stopped visiting and now I’m making the scones for us.

I now have the recipe and enjoy making them all the time for my family. They sort of look like a English muffin and yet they are really nothing like it! They are soft, a little more denser and you would not toast them.

The recipe is oh so delicious and simple and easy to make. Here is the recipe notes at the bottom and also the video link to my YouTube where you can see how I make them. I hope you give this a try and enjoy!

Nana’s Pan Scones

Use an Electric Frying Pan for the best results

**Note – do not use buttermilk in this recipe

  • 2 cups of all-purpose flour
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda ( not baking powder)
  • 1 ½ teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 2 oz. sugar
  • 2 oz. soften butter
  • 1 egg
  • ½ cup of milk or as much as needed

Next:

  • Blend dry together
  • Add egg and butter and mix together with dry
  • Add some milk and mix and keep adding milk until you can form a nice dough ball
  • Roll out dough
  • Sprinkle top of dough with a dusting of flour
  • Cut dough into small circle shapes
  • Cook/heat in the frying pan and keep turning every few minutes until golden brown on both sides and you can see that the sides of the scone are no longer dough like.

Enjoy with butter or jam and butter

Best served the next day for them to absorb the best flavor!

Nana Cameron’s Recipe from Scotland

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