Mini Savoury Buttermilk Mint Scone

What do you do when you runs out of buttermilk? Ahhhh, simple.... just go and get one from your nearby supermarket, right! But I'm not that lucky! There's no way I can get buttermilk here (I mean around my living area). I'm glad there's still something what we call homemade buttermilk. ^_^ And I am making these scones with my first batch of homemade buttermilk. yay.... The recipe is shown as below this page.

So, here we go!

Ingredients for scone dough :
2 cups all purpose flour
1 tspn salt
1 tbsp baking powder
110gm cold butter, cubed
3/4 cup homemade buttermilk
1/4 cup chopped sausage
handful of mint leaves
*shredded cheddar cheese for topping

Method :
(1) blend together milk and mint leaves.
(2) combine flour, baking powder and salt in a big bowl.
(3) add in butter and rub in using fingertips untill combined.
(4) stir in milk mixture and chopped sausage to form a sticky dough.



(5) place soft dough onto a floured working table.
(6) press dough into 2cm thick and divide dough by using cutting mould.
(7) brush on egg glaze and top with shredded cheese.
(8) bake at 200'c for about 15-20 mins or untill golden brown.
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Oh my, these babies are HOT! Super love the minty and cheesy aroma. Just add in an extra spread of butter. Perfectly yummmm...... I am trying to imagine if there's a scoop of hot mashed potatoes in the middle of these scones. Oooo...... lala.... *slurp* Frankly, Scones aren't something popular here in Malaysia especially small places like this. And I'm glad scone making isn't complicated at all. It is best to prepare this an hour before tea time so that you can have them straight from the oven. And I love them sweet or savoury! Hope you all will love it too. Enjoy!

Can anyone tell me is this the right texture????
Ingredients for buttermilk :
2 cups full cream milk
2 tbsp vinegar/lemon juice

Method :
(1) boil milk over low heat for about 10mins, the most 20mins.
(2) then add in lemon juice/vinegar and off the heat immediately.
(3) leave the milk aside for 15 mins at room temperature.
(4) the milk will begin to curdle a bit, as shown in the above picture.
(5) and it's ready to use in any recipes.

Comments

  1. these are so cute,mint flavor,yes,perfect for my today coffee!

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  2. oohh..these heartshape scones are lovely and the best part is these are savory scones! great idea, kristy! i got leftover frozen buttermilk in my freezer and may just use it for this recipe :)

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  3. Really thanks for the homemade buttermilk recipe, must copy it down first. There is no buttermilk sell in my place too so normally i was using evaporated milk instead only.

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  4. hey kristy:), those are perfect looking scones, all nicely risen :). cute heart shape, have a nice day

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  5. great job on making your own butter milk for the scones. It looks like they turned out perfect.
    *kisses* HH

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  6. I never buy buttermilk, always use homemade ones too. But I don't cook the milk and lemon juice, I just mix them together and let it stand for 10 mins before using.

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  7. I never tried scones with mint. I shall bookmark this recipe and try it :). Thanks for sharing.

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  8. ils sont très beaux, en plus le babeurre apporte une certaine légèreté à la texture qui est vraiment irrésistible
    j'aime beaucoup
    bonne journée

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  9. Those sound wonderful!Great photos!

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  10. Very pretty scones Kristy - love the heart shape :) Savoury scones are as yummy as sweet or plain ones!

    If you cannot get buttermilk, you can use cultured milk like Yakult but of course this won't work well for savoury scones like this one. Or you can just add lemon juice to the milk and leave it aside until it curdles then filter and use the liquid or just use all of it, unfiltered.

    The texture of your buttermilk looks about right as buttermilk is supposed to be quite watery.

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  11. Very pretty scones Kristy - love the heart shape :) Savoury scones are as yummy as sweet or plain ones!

    If you cannot get buttermilk, you can use cultured milk or any milk processed with additional lactic acid, like Yakult but of course this won't work well for savoury scones like this one as Yakult is sweet. Or you can just add lemon juice to the milk and leave it aside until it curdles then filter and use the liquid or just use all of it, unfiltered.

    The texture of your buttermilk looks about right as buttermilk is supposed to be quite watery.

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  12. It looks right...these are adorable! The shape! But really, the mint just raises this to a whole other level.

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  13. with mint? hmm i wonder how it would taste like

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  14. I LOVE the addition of mint! How creative you are!

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  15. Kristy...you are great at baking ! Love the mint and cheese together...thanks for the recipe :) My to do list is very long now :p

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  16. kristy, your scones look fantastic..i also remember HHB also made some scones not long ago..you all really good..i've not tried making scones before.. i think i will give it a try one day.

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  17. Interesting savory scones Kristi, I am sure they are delicious !

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  18. Mmmm ... savory scones - makes my heart leap, Kristy! Your buttermilk looks perfect!

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  19. Alison & Penny : Thanks alot!

    Jos : Great to see you around. Hope you will like it too.

    WaiKitt : Sometimes, I'll replace it with yogurt & milk mixture.

    Peanutts : Thank you and it's halal! ^_^

    HH : Thank you! So many nice people here to teach me all kinds of method. ^_^

    BlessedHomemaker : Thank you very much for your info. I'll definitely try out your method.

    Jet : Hope you will like it, sweeetie!

    Fimere : merci, dear friend. Glad you like it too!

    Dimah : Thank you very much!

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  20. Never would've thought to combine those flavors. And I love the heart shape. So cute and delicious!

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  21. Divya : Thank you! Nice to see you.

    Denise : Oh my, thank you so much for all the info. I am really appreaciate it. So nice of you. I'll definitely try them out soon. Thanks again.

    Belinda : Oh yes, I love the mint flavour in this scone. Absolutely wonderful!

    smallkucing : Very tempting!

    Emily : The mint leaves actually erase all the unnessary aroma. It's a great combination.

    Elin : Mine too! Too many of them and too little time. ^_^

    Lena : I think scones are pretty fattening! So, can't take them too often.

    Elra : Thanks, Kak!

    Claudia : Thank you. Hope can invite you for tea!

    Thank you everyone for visiting and spending your time here with me today. Glad you all like this recipe too. And also thank you Denise & B/Homemaker for the info. I'll try it out soon.
    Hope you're all having a wonderful day.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  22. Betty : Thanks and hope you will like this recipe as well! Enjoy and happy baking.
    Have a great day, sunshine!
    Kristy

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  23. Looks yum! First time here, you have a nice blog! Happy Mid-week!

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  24. Kristy, you're so clever! I don't know how to make buttermilk but will try this someday with your recipe. Looks so delicious!

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  25. Kristy, this looks perfect for my cup of tea! Wish i could grab one right now!

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  26. These are so dang adorable I love them!

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  27. Those are so cute Kristy! And scrumptious too! I love how you flavored them.

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  28. Ohhhh Kristy, I love scones, specially with cream!

    Thanks for your buttermilk recipe on top of your scones recipe!^-^ I'm glad to know you! Have a nice weekend!

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  29. Wow, savoury scones! Looks so cute!

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  30. Lani : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space. Hope to hear from you more often.

    Anncoo : Just started learning and will still learning something new everyday!

    Kumi : Yes, you can! Just wait me at the other side of your printer! ^_^ hehe...

    Debbie : Hi there, nice to see you. Glad that you like these scones too. Enjoy!

    Reeni : Thank you! Wish that we can have tea together with these little cuties!

    Alice : I normally having these with butter. Have yet tried them with cream! And I should perhaps! haha... You're a very nice person and I'm glad to know you too.

    Cheah : 123 bites... finish! The minty flavour is so refreshing. But not as strong as Colgate or Darlie. lol! hehe...

    Thanks everyone for stopping by and spending your time here. I am glad you love this recipe as much as I do. Hope you're all having a fabulous day and enjoy.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  31. Beautiful scones. Look soft and delicious. I love homemade scones. Would love to make some, too.

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  32. Gorgeous scones! They must taste so good.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  33. Love the cheddar topping, Kristy. And the mint is such an interesting ingredient in a scone!

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  34. They look and sound great! I don't think I'll ever get over how beautiful your food looks.

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  35. I tried making buttermilk once too but found it thin as compared to store-bought ones. The texture of the store-bought ones is like yogurt.

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  36. Mary Moh : Thank you. Will write later!

    Rosa : Thanks!

    Barbara : I think works terrific in there. Hope you will like it too! Thank you.

    Othelia : Hi there, nice for having you here with us. Thank you so much for your nice comment. So sweet of you.

    Pigpigcorner : Yeah, that's what I'm thinking! But the homemade ones work pretty good as well. Some other time I used yoghurt to replace buttermilk!

    Thanks alot everyone for your super cool comment and thank you for visiting. Hope you're all having a wonderful day.

    Cheers, Kristy

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  37. Hi Kristy, First... loved the fall theme in the background. Now to the scone babies Awwwwwwww...they look so darling. Loved the mint addition, must smell fantastic. usually when I can't find buttermilk I use yogurt. But your idea of making your own is awesome.

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  38. looks so good - love the bits of cheese on top and the addition of mint ... buttermilk makes things taste so much different / and better...

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  39. Such unique scones - a terrific idea to use mint!

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  40. For once, scones are not plain anymore! :)

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  41. i love scones, and I've never baked them with mint but it sounds fabulous!

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  42. These scones are so cute! I really like the savory twist. Yummy:)

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  43. Oh man! I can't believe I missed this! I hate it when I miss one of your posts and all your goodies. I love the little heart shaped scones. Do you believe that scones are on my list of what I want to try to bake? hehe! Thanks for linking it to Tailgating Time!! You're the best!! Cheers!

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  44. These sure do look delicious! Thanks for linking up to Tailgating time last week. Sorry I'm so late stopping by. Hope to see you again this Sunday!
    PS - never had a clue I could make my own buttermilk - very cool! :-)

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