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Canowindra CWA in the Community

Recipes by CWA

CWA Scone Recipe

There are plenty of ways to make scones.. This one made by a Canowindra CWA Branch member works well and makes a big batch! 

– 450g Self Raising Flour

– 10g Baking Powder

– 5g salt

– 1 tablespoon sugar

– 110g cold unsalted butter

– 300ml full cream milk                              

Sift flour, add other dry ingredients, rub in chopped butter to form a breadcrumb texture.  Add milk to dry ingredients and mix gently to make a soft dough (only 30 seconds of mixing needed)

Place on a lightly floured board and pat out to a thickness of about 2.5cm. Cut with a floured scone cutter.  Push left over dough together and lightly knead are cut remaining scones until all dough is used.

Place on a lined baking tray and bake in a hot oven (210 degrees fan forced) for about 12-15 minutes until they are golden on the bottom and top. Serve with f jam and whipped cream.

Use Gluten free flour to make a Gluten free batch!

Find out more about CWA Canowindra.

History

The Canowindra Country Women's Association Branch was started in May 1924 as there was a need in the town for a place where country women can get together to share in friendship and understanding.

WHAT WE DO

The Canowindra CWA seeks to improve conditions & welfare of women and to empower women in our community, through fellowship, transfer of new and traditional skills and community support.  You are welcome to join.

ENVIRONMENT

Our impact our actions have upon agriculture and the environment. At Canowindra Branch we focus on recycling reusing resources as well as promoting power saving ideas which benefit the local community.

HANDMADE

Canowindra Branch like other CWA Branches often get involved in craft and cooking activities.   Our talented ladies produce craft work that is presented to the CWA Group and State level.  Come join in the fun.

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