The English evening tea (or Breakfast) is traditionally baked biscuits called scones. There are sweet and salty, and bland. The dough for scones is not to knead for a long time, the buns don't keep for a long time get stale quickly. Apple scones are not too sweet so they can be served with jam, butter. I liked to slather them with a soft cheese.
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So, cooking. Flour mixed with baking powder and salt. Sift. Add to the flour butter, cut into pieces. Grind everything into crumbs.
Half of the apples grate on a coarse grater. Half - cut into cubes. Mix with the flour.
Gradually adding the milk, knead the dough. Work surface sprinkle flour and knead the dough a few more minutes.
Roll the dough into the reservoir. Cut the mold with sharp edges. Carp scones with milk and sprinkle with sugar.
Bake at 200C for approximately 20 minutes.