During a stay in Glasgow I was introduced to these incredible potato scones. I didn't grow up eating these, but they're beautiful and so easy. A bit like bubble without the squeak. This was my first attempt at mastering them and it turned into this lovely breakfast, which I made in a pretty little flat in Glasgow's West End. It's the posh area of town and is full of beautiful shops and neighbourhoods. Well worth a visit. This dish is the best brunch I can think of, besides maybe kedgeree. I never would have thought of putting this much flour with potatoes, but it works brilliantly. Give them a go with bangers, stews, on their own, or as part of this lovely brunch…I assure you this is one of the nicest ways to start the day, ever.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 347kcal
- Carbs 37.6g
- Sugar 1.2g
- Fat 15.1g
- Saturates 5.1g
- Protein 13.9g
This recipe is adapted from:
Jamie's Great Britain
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