use a kitchen aid with a paddle goes faster but on low. or fork is good. i used 1 cup of milk . it was wet enough then to stay together i didn't have to knead it but a couple times is at all, on floured table and did as written for cutting once baked they had no crumbling stayed together well ."like firm" perfect for a biscuit.it was the same flavor and texture was the same as a biscuit .
not sweet at all.as my boyfriend thought they should be.
changes i made this time because we scarfed those up.
now this recipe change below makes a less heavy scone higher, little sweeter still stays together , a little crumble and a lot more moister . great with butter and jam but still taste like a biscuit.just dont have to put as much jam on ,because of the more sugar added.
1 cup milk as b-4. ( u can use less as it is wet.)but
(makes less tough. over kneading biscuits makes them tough too.)
1/4 + 3T. sugar
3T. baking powder
ps or fyi
for the shorting 6T= 1/4 cup plus 1 T.
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use a kitchen aid with a paddle goes faster but on low. or fork is good. i used 1 cup of milk...