In their native Scotland, potato scones are usually referred to as “tattie…


In their native Scotland, potato scones are usually referred to as “tattie scones.” They’re made by adding plain flour to mashed potato and putting the resulting dough onto a griddle or in an oven. The lack of yeast makes them appropriate for anyone who is on the Daniel Fast. Potato scones often accompany fried eggs, bacon and sausage as part of a Scottish breakfast, but Scots eat them with a scraping of butter as part of a cream tea.



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