Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Wordless Wednesday: My Kitchen Mishap


Rosemary and Bacon Stones...I have meant to make Scones and they became rocks...I totally forgot about the baking powder!

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20 comments:

  1. It turns out still very good without the baking powder! Perhaps adding some shredded cheddar cheese would goes well with the rosemary and bacon.

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  2. Hahaha, me too, last few days I also bake scone, and forgot to add baking powder, they are like stone !!

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  3. By the way, how you can bake till the side colour in white and top with brown colour? mine, all same colour, brown only..I like your scone colour.

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  4. Boy, that totally sucks ... they still look delicious, though!

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  5. "patpat" I can totally understand that. I forgot the baking powder when baking cookies once and they turned out like rocks too.

    They make good pictures though! Looking forward to more of your lovely posts :).

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  6. Mishap? It still looks delicious :)

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  7. This sounds like my "cake without butter" saga! :) Don't worry, I'm sure if you smear it thickly with cream and jam, no one would notice! :)

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  8. sorry about the mishap.. but they look absolutely fab!
    i'm sure they taste awesome, though :)
    we all have our bad times.
    like how my macarons were epic fail at first!

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  9. If we don't practise to make something for a long time , that will be a mishap !


    I have the other experience when I’ve forgotten to add butter in the muffin , so it become half of the rock.

    The only thing I can do was to soak the rock-liked muffin in the egg and milk mixture in order to make them into pudding instead of wasting those ingredients !

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  10. Well they look lovely anyway :)

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  11. Hi Grace, CY, I tried eating one of them, the taste is already, but I had to break it up into pieces otherwise my teeth would probably fall off!

    Sonia, I brushed the top with milk, and place the scones very closely together, almost touching one another. Maybe that's the reason why the sides are not brown? and also my oven has only one set of heating coils on the top, so only the tops get browned.

    Hi Bakeling, I don't know what was wrong with me...I can't believe I could forget about the baking powder since my mind was so pre-occupied with making my own baking powder these few days!

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  12. Thank you very much for your reply, now I know what to do when I bake scone again..

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  13. may i know where did you get the reeses peanut butter chip? :)

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  14. Hi Jolene, are you referring to my post on "Oreo Peanut Butter Chips Muffins"? I got them from Cold Storage (Vivo city), but that was early last year. Since then I have not seen them on the shelves. You can try look for it at Candy Empire, good luck.

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  15. Alright, thanks a lot! :DD

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  16. Even your failed scones look good! I always have problems with forgetting ingredients in my bakes ;-p

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  17. Just found your blog through the foodie blogrol... They may have tasted like stones but they still look like pretty scones...:) I just baked scones myself for the first time... loved them!

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  18. true, they still looks delicious!

    cheers,
    pity

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  19. maybe it's a rock:) but it is not seem like a stone...it's very soft ...puffyyyy...

    Than we can say photograph is not objective:))

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  20. These would probably be absolutely delicious combined with a warm soup or stew. Rock hard or not... they still look great and probably taste great.

    Bill M.

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