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April 10th, 2013 12 Comments

Glazed Lemon-Ginger Scones

Glazed Lemon-Ginger Scones
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First, I wanted to start by saying that these glazed lemon-ginger scones were really amazing and I had four of them right out of the oven, and the next morning, I ate more!

Ginger has always been my favorite ingredient. I always have some ginger in my kitchen. In Asian cooking, especially Chinese, ginger is indispensable and used in many stir-fry’s, stews and soups. According to the Chinese, ginger promises many medicinal benefits, for example: anti-inflammatory, blood circulation, digestion, and even cancer fighting benefits.

Glazed Lemon-Ginger Scones

Anyway, the idea of having ginger in scones is very remote to me, until I saw this glazed lemon-ginger scones recipe on the Food & Wine magazine that uses candied ginger. I was intrigued by the idea and so I made these, with great success.

If you don’t like too much sugar on your scones, you can skip the glazed and they still taste great.

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  1. cheryl s. says:

    These look great and I’m planning on making them but….where’s the butter????? What is the fat element in this recipe that give scones that great flavor?

  2. amber says:

    The recipe sounds yummy, but can I leave out the ginger?

  3. Jean says:

    This is not recipe related. I wish you would add all the photos and recipe on one page.

  4. Cheong Bee Eng says:

    What is ‘heavy cream”

  5. Lana M says:

    These look delicious. Do you think it will be ok to substitute milk for heavy cream?

    Thank you!

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