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How To Make Perfect Scones • Tasty

Kiano shows us how to make the perfect scone!

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48 thoughts on “How To Make Perfect Scones • Tasty

  1. Hope you guys enjoy making these scones at home! These are best enjoyed with some clotted cream +
    jam, my favorite way to enjoy scones when I lived in London (with some tea, of course)

  2. She is so pretty

  3. I'm here for Kiano. Not for the scones or the recipe of it. 😄

  4. instructions for cooking the frozen you thaw…how long do you cook?

  5. Can I use a food processor to replace your hands??

  6. I only see Kiano now because Tasty is trying to impress people with it's black chef. She had very few appearances before besides being so talented.

  7. Nice one. I wanna try this..

  8. How she managed to stay clean cooking in a dark color top is beyond me👏🏻🙄. Great recipe!🙂

  9. I thought she is doja cat

  10. I have been looking for a good scone recipe and this is the one! If anyone cares I am probably going to do something like this on my channel so if you want to see it, click the cake!

  11. I’d recommend adding some cream to the egg wash so it doesn’t look and taste so eggy on top

  12. Kiano’s Back?! YAY!

  13. The best scones are from England

  14. the way she talks is so alluring— compared to an angry chef Gordon Ramsay🌚

  15. these are huge😂

  16. U probably get this all the time but I mean it when I say u beautiful

  17. Looks so good. And since the breakfast burritos did turn out awesome I will make the scones too. 😀

  18. Made these today!! Yummy!!

  19. I love scones and these look so yummy! Great video!

  20. Thank you. Love blueberry scones and 10X icing.

  21. My grandma makes them with bacon🤤 they taste super good and i like to add a little butter so they have a nice soft taste.

  22. You lost me at raisins…

    And won me back at Chai Masala 😶😶😶

  23. More Kiano please!!!

  24. Dudeeeee I want to make this!!

  25. Greetings from Kenya @Kiano Moju

  26. Make a giant cup cake

  27. I really really wish when giving cup measurements you would give us gram weights. Cups are just not accurate, a cup weight turns out different every time. We don't do cups in the UK. These scones look so good but won't be making as I just can't be bothered to do conversions.

  28. is anyone gonna talk about how her kitchen is beautiful?? I mean the black fridge, the microwave, the brick wall, everything… also I love this chef, first time I see her in a Tasty video!

  29. Where’s the clotted cream 😂

  30. We appreciate your subscription, like and share my page.

  31. Looks so delicious! I find these videos really inspiring for my channel 😋

  32. When people watch tasty recipes Oh only these ingredients easy
    When watch behind tasty
    Oh never mind

  33. I didnt think america had scones what we call scones you guys seem to call biscuits im very confused, will someone please explain what an American biscuit and what your guys' gravy is???

  34. Those biscuits looks good.
    I'll try to make 'em

  35. Ok so me and my class had a debate when school was still open
    And it was do you say:

  36. The Indian in me was like, hell yeah, we making Chai now and then she added it to the scones instead. Probably cld give that a try I guess. Hope Dadi doesn't mind

  37. Tasty Scones by Kiano

    3 large eggs
    3/4 cup whole milk
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    5 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
    1/2 cup sugar
    3 tbsp baking powder
    1 tsp kosher salt
    1 tsp chai masala
    14 tbsp cold unsalted butter, cut into small cubes
    1 cup raisins
    1 egg yolk for egg wash (or some milk and heavy cream
    Pinch of salt

    1. In a medium bowl, whisk eggs, milk, and vanilla extract until homogenous.
    2. In a separate large bowl, whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and spices.
    3. Using only your fingertips, pinch the cubes of butter into the flour, breaking up the butter as you go, until no large lumps remain. Shake the bowl to force the large chunks of butter to the surface. If you have warm hands or this is taking too long, you can chill the bowl into the refrigerator for 20 minutes to cool back down–you don’t want this to be greasy at all!
    4. Add the egg mixture and raisins into the flour mixture in the large bowl. Mix together with a rubber spatula. Your dough isn’t going to be homogenous like cookie dough, but will instead be really crumbly.
    5. Turn the crumbly dough out onto a lightly floured clean work surface. Squish the crumbly dough together with you hands. Bring in the sides and push down the top to get a 1-inch thick square. You can use a bench scraper to make the sides straight.
    6. Cut the dough into whatever shape you’d like: square, rectangle, triangle, circle, the choice is yours. They’ll all cook about the same.
    7. Put the scones on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
    8. Whisk an egg yolk and a pinch of salt in a small separate bowl, and brush it on the tops of the scones.
    9. Put them in the oven at 350°F (175°C) for about 20 minutes, until they’re golden-brown on top and light tan on the bottom.
    10. Serve warm with some jam and clotted cream.

    After you cut the dough into your desired shape, put them on a baking sheet not touching each other at all. Place in the freezer. Once the scones are frozen solid, you can put them in a bag and store them for up to 3 months.

    Your imagination is the limit when it comes to how you flavor a scone.
    – You can add any spices you’d like in place of the chai masala.
    – You can also substitute blueberries, chopped apricots, dates, apples, pears, or any fruit you’d like for the raisins.
    – You can add lemon zest or orange zest to the dough for some extra brightness to the flavor.

  38. I’ve never seen another person named Kiano

  39. This is so hard lol

  40. a bish wanna make good scones?! come to my hometown in england🥰💅🏻

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