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Today we prepare a delicious recipe of scones bathed in cream cheese and raspberry jam to share with your friends and family.

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Transcript

- [Narrator] Welcome to my house. Today, I am going to bake scones as a tribute to my grandmother, Picho, who taught me this recipe. As a child, I spent hours in the kitchen with her baking, and those were my first experiences cooking. This recipe is not very elaborated, but it brings back very nice memories of my childhood, so I wanted to share it with you. First, I measure the flour. Then, I mix with my hands the flour with the butter, creating a crumbled texture. Once the flour and butter are mixed, I mix in the milk and the egg. Now, I throw the mix onto the tabletop and cut it into portions. Shape the scones, and place them on the oven sheet, previously buttered and floured. Before placing them in the oven, I paint them with my fingers with egg yolk and top them with sugar. Now, they are ready for the oven. At 350 degrees for about 20 minutes, until they are golden on top. To serve them, I open them in half with my hands, and place cream cheese and raspberry jam on top. Thank you, Picho, for your patience, and for sharing your love for cooking.

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