Tasty, tender, juicy! These fragrant scones turned out, I did not expect!!! Girls, great recipe, found in the VC, I have a lot of oranges and decided to bake... I did not expect This! The family scraped away with a BANG, everyone is happy. All orange mood and biscuits! By the way, this is my first recipe on the Pillsbury, no fluff:)
|Cooking time 60 minutes||Number of servings 24|
Dissolve yeast in water and let stand 5 minutes to the reaction.
In a separate bowl with a mixer beat the eggs. Continuing to whisk on low speed, add the sugar and salt.
Add the cooled milk-butter mixture into the egg mixture.
Whisk, now add the yeast and whisk again.
Next, add one Cup of flour, every time carefully mixing on low speed.
After the 4th Cup of flour and beat for another 3-5 minutes, then see if there is enough flour in the dough. If the dough falls off the walls of the cookware, then enough flour. Otherwise, add more flour, but just it should not be more than five glasses!
Cover the dough with cling film and leave in refrigerator for 3-4 hours or overnight.
When the dough has risen almost double of its original volume, remove it from the refrigerator and prepare the orange glaze! For this you will need sugar, melted butter, zest of the whole orange and the juice of half an orange.
Melt the butter and pour it into the bowl with sugar.
Add the zest and orange juice.
Mix well. You should get a fairly thick frosting.
I made small changes and made orange frosting. So, take the powdered sugar, orange juice, zest, and oil and knead, pour. Nice capite!