Tight 5 cheese scones
( MAKES 15 )
Photo by Tam West
Crouch, touch, pause and engage in these super yummy cheese scones. The pinch of cayenne pepper will keep everyone on their game.
This recipe, created to support the boys in black for the Rugby World Cup, is designed for junior cooks and comes from Suzi Tait-Bradly and Bex Woolfall from Auckland children's cooking school, LittleCooks. See littlecooks.co.nz
|1 pinch||Cayenne pepper|
|2 tsp||Baking powder, heaped|
|½ tsp||Celery salt|
|1 cup||Tasty cheese, grated, plus an extra handful for topping|
|1 cup||Trim milk|
- Heat oven to 180C. Cover a baking tray with baking paper.
- Mix flour, cayenne pepper, baking powder, salt and celery salt in a bowl. Rub in butter with fingertips so mixture looks like grains of sand. Mix in cheese.
- Pour in milk and mix to a soft dough ball.
- Place dough on to floured board. Break off pieces (golf ball size) and roll into balls.
- To create the tight 5, line 3 balls up (side by side), then 2 balls behind. Repeat the process for the second tight 5.
- Sprinkle with cheese and bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Put a generous spoonful of Marmite in a piping bag. Snip a small triangle off the bottom and pipe on the numbers. Use mayonnaise for the second tight 5.
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