June 27, 2015

Bacon Cheddar Scones - Bake Along #81 (培根车打芝士司康饼)

This is a tasty savory scone. When i saw this in Joyce's blog i know i am going to bake it. Bacon, cheddar cheese and chives is what i love. When i run through the ingredients, i saw creme fraiche. Creme fraiche over here is quite expensive and buying a pack is too much. Thanks to Joyce for sharing a home made creme fraiche. Why not DIY you own creme fraiche.






Bacon Cheddar Scones
iAdapted from "Bouchon Bakery", Thomas Keller and Sebastien Rouxel) or here

Ingredients:
107 gm all purpose flour
196 gm cake flour
8.1 gm baking powder
1.6 gm baking soda 
27 gm granulated sugar
3.6 gm kosher salt
132 gm cold unsalted butter, cut into 1/4 inch pieces 
71 gm heavy cream, plus additional for brushing
89 gm creme fraiche
340gm Hobbs applewood smoked bacon, cooked, drained and cut into 1/8 inch pieces(77gm,cooked weight)
144 gm grated white cheddar cheese
36 gm grated white cheddar cheese (for sprinkling before baking)
10 gm minced chives
freshly ground black pepper

To Do:
Sift flour and baking powder in the mixer bowl and add in sugar and blend well. Turn on low speed to combine, add in butter and mix again till it is crumbly.

With mixer still running pour in heavy cream, creme fraiche and mix till dough just
comes together.Scrape down any bits that is stick to the side of the bowl. Add in bacon, grated cheese and minced chives and mixed till it is just combined.

Remove dough from bowl and put it between 2 sheet of plastic wrap. Roll and pat it into a rectangle about 7 by 9 inches block. 

Cut into 8 pieces. Place onto a lined baking pan. Spaced well apart as it will expand a little.

Brush the top with some heavy cream and sprinkle with grated cheese and black pepper. Bake in a preheated oven at 160C for 35 minutes or till it is golden brown.

**The original recipe required to freeze the scones before baking but i did not. I bake it straight away and i am happy it turn out well.

Enjoy~

This post is linking to Bake-Along #81 : Bacon Cheddar Scones
an event organised by Joyce from Kitchen FlavoursLena from Frozen Wings and Zoe from Bake For Happy Kids

and
 This post is also linked to Little Thumbs Up event organised by 
Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and myself, my little favourite DIY, hosted by
 Diana from Domestic Goddess of Wannabe
with her May 2015 theme - Cream
Please link your post - here


Little Thumbs Up event starts on first Tuesday until the last day of the month.   
All are welcome to join us.
To join simply cook or bake any recipe with the theme of the month, which is Cream for  2015 June. Do display this Little Thumbs Up badge and make sure that:
1) Your post must be a current post, preferably within this month
2) Please mention Little Thumbs Up in your post and link back to Bake for Happy Kidsmy little favourite DIY or/and Domestic Goddess of Wannabe For more details please see this

What is coming up at next? We will be having Cheryl from Baking Tai Tai to host with us with her theme TEA.
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10 comments:

  1. Hi Doreen,
    Your scones look wonderful. So glad that you have given these a try. Bacon, cheese and chives, such a delicious combination. Glad to know too that you have made your own creme fraiche, really convenient and easy to make your own.
    Thanks for linking with Bake-Along! :)

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  2. mui mui, I bet your bacon cheddar scones were finished the moment they came out of the oven!

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  3. looks tempting dear...I would really love to join in the bake along event

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  4. Didn't know creme fraiche can also DIY, and I agree with you, these scones look amazing! Who can resist bacon and cheese combination?

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  5. YES! The scones look amazing! I wish I cold have one right now!

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  6. Hi Doreen,

    Very impressive that you have made these scones with your DIY creme fraiche! Plus, I see that you baked these scones with your new toy... Very sleek and sexy KA :D

    Zoe

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  7. Hi babe! Your savoury scones looks extremely tempting! Bacon and cheese in a biscuit like bake sounds like a perfect breakkie for me! :)

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  8. good morning doreen, i love these savoury scones! hope you hv enjoyed eating them too!

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  9. I had a scone for breakfast this morning but I bet yours is much tastier :D Throw some over here !

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  10. I love savoury scones. It's one of my favourite party foods because I find it so easy to make! This is lovely. :D

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