Today, we are discussing the third Royal Recipe coming directly from the kitchens of residence of British Queen Elizabeth II. The Buckingham Palace’s Royal Pastry Chef uses this recipe to make the traditional fruit scones that are serviced to thousands of guests during the annual Garden Parties in the UK. Scones are well-rooted in the history of British Food culture. Scones are connected traditionally with England, Scotland, and Ireland. It is Scottish quick bread which apparently got its name from the Stone of Destiny.
Pretty simple and equally tasty the recipe is simple. As I am determined to brush up my cooking skills, this is a good addition to my recipe book.
Every year at Garden Parties across The Royal Residences, over 27,000 cups of ☕️, 20,000 🥪 and 20,000 slices of 🍰 are consumed!
The Royal Pastry Chefs are happy to share their recipe for fruit scones, which traditionally would be served at Buckingham Palace every summer. pic.twitter.com/yrnXmNwaQ3
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) May 19, 2020
This is the third recipe in the last few weeks that we received from the Royal chefs. Before this, we got The Royal Chocolate Cupcake Recipe and Royal Cheesy Baked Eggs recipes. Don’t forget to check them out or my First Attempt at Baking Chocolate Chip Muffins at Home. While we are talking about food and cooking I also made this Spicy Cucumber Margarita.
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