Tattie Scones

AuthorKeith HubnerDifficultyBeginner

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time25 mins

 225g Leftover mash potato
 65g Plain Flour
 Salt and vegan butter

Notes
1

The amount of flour needed will depend on how much leftover mash you have. The above quantities give you an idea of the ratio of mash to flour.

2
Directions
3

Add the flour to the mash and mix well, you should have a dough like texture which is easy to manage and not sticky

4

Grab a large chopping board and cover with a bit of flour, so it doesn't stick when you roll it

5

Roll the mixture out to about 2-3mm thick (depends how you like your tatties!)

6

Grab a small plate or saucer and cut around it to make a nice circle

7

Then cut into even wedges

8

Prick the wedges with a fork

9

Put a little bit of oil in a pan on a medium heat

10

Cook the scones for 4-5mins each side (keep an eye on them, they should be a lovely golden brown)

11

Serve with a pinch of salt and vegan butter

Ingredients

 225g Leftover mash potato
 65g Plain Flour
 Salt and vegan butter

Directions

Notes
1

The amount of flour needed will depend on how much leftover mash you have. The above quantities give you an idea of the ratio of mash to flour.

2
Directions
3

Add the flour to the mash and mix well, you should have a dough like texture which is easy to manage and not sticky

4

Grab a large chopping board and cover with a bit of flour, so it doesn't stick when you roll it

5

Roll the mixture out to about 2-3mm thick (depends how you like your tatties!)

6

Grab a small plate or saucer and cut around it to make a nice circle

7

Then cut into even wedges

8

Prick the wedges with a fork

9

Put a little bit of oil in a pan on a medium heat

10

Cook the scones for 4-5mins each side (keep an eye on them, they should be a lovely golden brown)

11

Serve with a pinch of salt and vegan butter

Tattie Scones

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