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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Japanese "Melon" Scones

200g flour
10g baking powder
2g salt
40g sugar
40g vegetable oil
1 egg

  1. Sift flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar together in a clean plastic bag, then add vegetable oil and egg. Knead together through the bag until everything is mixed evenly.
  2. After the dough is mixed, split into sixths and roll into balls, then flatten them slightly. Place on greased or lined baking pan. (The dough might be crumbly here--don't worry, and just do your best.)
  3. Sprinkle a little bit of sugar on top, then make slight gridlike cuts using the back of a knife, like the outside of a cantaloupe! (My dough was a little too crumbly for good cuts, as you can see from the non-melonlike appearance of my scones.)
  4. Bake for ~15 minutes at 356 F (or 180 C, for those abroad).

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