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One of the classic dish of the british cuisine and Queen’s favourite breakfast dish is the simple yet delish Scones. Easy to make and is a melt in mouth delight. You just can’t call it a cake or a cookie! Its a fusion of both!

Bake this lovely treat this Christmas and New year and surprise you family and friends!
Its very easy and simple to prepare, eggless, less sugar, less butter, kids love it!
Ask your kids to help you out with it this winter vacations! They will surely love it.

INGREDIENTS:
1) 225 gms Plain flour
2) 50 gms Butter Cold
3) 100 gms Sultanas/Raisins
4) 40 gms Castor Sugar
5) 150 ml Milk
6) 1 Egg beaten for egg wash/Milk

PREPARATION TIME: 30 Minutes

HOW TO PREPARE:
* Line the baking sheet and pre heat the oven at 220 degrees
* In a bowl mix flour and butter till breadcrumb consistency
* To above mix add sugar and sultanas
* In the middle pour milk and fold in the mix till no dry flour left
* Knead a little to gather the dough together
* Flatten with the hands till 2 cm thick disc
* Cut 12 small rounds or 8 big rounds with cutter
* Place them on baking sheet and brush the top of scones with egg wash or milk
* Bake for 15-20 minutes till top is golden brown in color
* Cool on wire rack and serve with jam, honey, cream, or butter

INGREDIENTS:
1) 100 pcs or 2 Kg Amla
2) 3 Kg Sugar
3) 2″ Dalchini / Cinnamon
4) 20 Green elaichi/ Cardamom
5) 2 Teaspoon Kali mirch powder/ Black pepper powder
6) 8 Teaspoon Saunf/Fennel

PREPARATION TIME: 4 Days

HOW TO PREPARE:
* Wash Amlas and prick holes in them with a fork or knife and keep aside
* In a pan boil water and add Amlas to it
* Boil Amlas for 10 minutes, drain and keep aside
* Again boil water and add Amlas to cook for 10 more minutes
* This is done to remove excess bitterness from Amlas
* Drain the water, keep Amlas in strainer for a day till water is drained
* In a pan, add sugar and 1 liter of water and let it boil
* Add Dalchini, Elaichi, Kali mirch, and Saunf to water
* Finally add Amlas and cook for 20-30 minutes till Amlas get soft
* When cooled down, take out the Amlas and keep it in a bowl or a jar
* Boil the rest of the sugar syrup till it gets thick(Like 2 tar chashni)
* Add this thick syrup to the Amlas, and close the jar
* Amla Murrabba is ready and can be used for a month or two