Wessex Mill Scone Mix Flour 1.5kg, 4.5kg & 7.5kg
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Wessex Mill Scone Mix Flour, available in 1.5kg, 4.5kg (3 x 1.5kg bags) and 7.5kg (5 x 1.5kg bags).
Just add water for delicious scones. One 1.5kg bag makes approximately 36 medium size scones.
1. Put 250gms of scone mix into mixer or bowl add 90 mls of water (makes 6
Scones) and mix for 1 min in a food processor, 2 mins in a mixer, 3 mins by
hand. It will be quite sticky. After resting it will handle better.
2. Turn out and leave to rest for ten minutes.
3. Roll out dough to about 18mm thick and rest for 5 minutes.
4. Cut out scones, place on baking sheet and rest for 5 minutes before baking.
5. Bake for 10 - 12 minutes at 225c
Wheat Flour (Calcium*, Niacin*, Iron*, Thiamin*), RSPO Palm Sugar, Raising Agents (E550ii, E450, E450i, E575), , Milk Powder, Salt, Vanilla Flavour.
For allergens, including
cereals containing gluten,
see ingredients in bold.
Made in a mill that uses
Sesame. * Supplements
required by law under
The Bread and Flour
||1689 kJ 402 kCal
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About Wessex Mill
Wessex Mill are a small family flour mill based in Wantage, Oxfordshire. The Munsey family have been milling Oxfordshire for over a 100 years. The mill is currently run by fourth-generation flour miller Paul, with his daughter Emily studying to become a miller as well.
Wessex Mill's flour is milled using local wheat that they collect themselves from farms surrounding the mill. They ensure that only the best wheat with high quality gluten is selected, by testing samples before we bring any into the mill. Being a small mill means they can store the wheats from each farm separately without batching. This allows them to carefully select the wheats that they mix together for the grist to produce quality consistent flour.
Wessex Mill is a traditional roller milling process, as opposed to the modern energy intensive method of debranning the wheat before grinding it into flour. They mill their flour slowly; this means the flour doesn't heat up as much as other flour mills, preventing the protein from damage.
The consistency of Wessex Mill's flour is down to buying good wheat. The area around their mill produces some of the best wheats in the UK. Wessex Mill buy from local farms and picks up the wheat with their own lorries.
You can find the names of the farms that Wessex Mill use on the packet.