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Lactosan Cheese Powder provides scones with a great Cheese taste

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Scones were invented in Scotland and reportedly received their name from The Stone of Destiny (or Scone), which was the place where Scottish kings were once crowned. While the original scone was triangular, and was baked with oats, the most modern versions can take a wide variety of forms, and they are most often based on regular wheat flour.
 

Scones have always been a so-called quick bread, which should be taken literally! It takes no more than 15 to 20 minutes to make the scones since the dough neither needs to be kneaded nor to raise.  Typically the scones only need to be baked for about 10 minutes.

Therefore, scones fit perfectly into a modern and busy schedule!
 

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Find your inspiration in the following scones recipe with Lactosan Cheddar Powder

 

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It’s our pleasure to assist you

We encourage you to contact us for inspiration and advice on how to make great tasting applications using Lactosan Cheese Powder.

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